Written by Harold Pinter, based on a book by Penelope Mortimer, and directed by Jack Clayton, this 1964 film is about Jo, a woman with eight children and three husbands, who's miserable still. Peter Finch, a writer, is the third hubby.
A psychiatrist posits that Jo is unable to enjoy sex without procreation being part of it, thus all the kids. Love a psychological story.
Another outstanding British film from the sixties. Character studies were a great strength. Four year later, Anne looked much younger in THE GRADUATE.
For more films, see Todd Mason.