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Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:October 7, 2005
Running time:91 minutes
Cast:Ray Winstone, Jan Graveson, Lois Winstone, Katherine Clisby, Ed Deedigan
Director:Richard Hawkins
Producer:Oliver Potterton
Writer:Richard Hawkins
Distributor:Soda Pictures

Description: When a man visits a London prostitute nine times in nine consecutive days, without once soliciting a single sexual favour, Naomi is at first gently teasing of his shy discomfort. As his questions about her lifestyle grow more insistent, she is suspicious, but ultimately intrigued by his persistence and mysterious motives. But, the reason for Richard's visits, his questions and cups of tea, is one that she could never have guessed...

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