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Work Is a Four Letter Word

Dreamlike satire about a young man who resists getting a job at the lone employing conglomerate in his dreary industrial town, but changes his mind when he discovers the plant's boiler room has the perfect climate to assist him with his pet horticultural (fungal) project. A fantastic little film that deserves a proper relese.

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Dreamlike satire about a young man who resists getting a job at the lone employing conglomerate in his dreary industrial town, but changes his mind when he discovers the plant's boiler room has the perfect climate to assist him with his pet horticultural (fungal) project. A fantastic little film that deserves a proper relese. NOTE: even though presented slightly scoped, looks like it maybe masked.

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AKA:Work Is a 4-Letter Word
Director:Peter Hall
Year:1968
Language:English
Format:W
Audio Quality:8.0
Video Quality:7.2
Starring:David Warner Cilla Black Zia Mohyeddin David Waller Elizabeth Spriggs

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