Sunday Bloody Sunday (1971) Film Review A

Sunday Bloody Sunday
DIRECTOR: John Schlesinger
BOTTOM LINE: FEATURES THE FIRST AFFECTIONATE KISS ONSCREEN BETWEEN TWO MEN IN A TALKING PICTURE
 In “Sunday Bloody Sunday,” Murray Head plays a free-spirited bisexual who is having simultaneous relationships with a business consultant (Glenda Jackson) and a gay Jewish doctor (Peter Finch)—Oscar nominations for Finch, Jackson, Schlesinger, and Penelope Gilliatt’s original screenplay.
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