The Other Woman (1976)

Watson Gould's groundbreaking BBC play The Other Woman is a challenging, well-crafted film about class, gender, and sexuality, featuring incisive yet radical scripting, bold direction, and a trio of memorable performances from Jane Lapotaire, Lynne Frederick, and Michael Gambon.


"This blistering film, unseen since its original broadcast, stars Jane Lapotaire as Kim, an angry young artist involved in a love triangle with the pathetic Robin (Michael Gambon) and the enigmatic Niki (Lynne Frederick). But such a synopsis only scratches the surface of a drama raging with ideas about society and sexuality." BBC

See also:
Play for Today (1977-84)