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Basics Critics:76Viewers:70Rusty:77
Category: DramaNotable as: British New Wave, Award-Winning WorkSub-Category: LGBT, Kitchen sink realism, British New Wave, Indie film, DramaMain subject: dysfunctional familyNarrative location: ManchesterRuntime: 100 - 117 minutesLanguage: EnglishCountry: United KingdomDirector: Tony RichardsonScreenwriter: Tony Richardson, Shelagh DelaneyBased on: A Taste of HoneyMusic: John AddisonCinematography: Walter LassallyStars: Rita Tushingham, Robert Stephens, Dora Bryan, Murray Melvin, Paul Danquah, Shelagh DelaneyProducer: Tony RichardsonStudio: Woodfall Film ProductionsAward details: (details at IMDb)

A Taste of Honey is a 1961 British film adaptation of the play of the same name by Shelagh Delaney. Delaney adapted the screenplay herself, aided by director Tony Richardson, who had previously directed the first production of the play. It is an exemplar of a gritty genre of British film that has come to be called kitchen sink realism and was the inspiration behind the song "Your Mother Should Know", which is on the 1967 album Magical Mystery Tour by The Beatles. The film opened on 14 September 1961 at the Leicester Square Theatre in London's West End.

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