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My Childhood

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 1972
Running time:45 minutes
Cast:Stephen Archibald, Jean Taylor-Smith
Director:Bill Douglas

Description: My Childhood is an award-winning black-and-white film which recounts director Bill Douglas' experiences as a child in Scotland during World War II. The movie was shot in the same locations he lived in as a boy. In the film, the boy lives with his half-brother and grandmother in a remote mining village. The bleakness of their lives is brightened by their friendship with a German P.O.W. This short film is the first of three dealing with director Douglas' Scottish childhood. The other two are My Ain Folk and My Way Home.~ Clarke Fountain, All Movie Guide

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