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On Thursday, December 28, 2017 at 9:13:33 AM UTC-5, moviePig wrote:

>   Like we keep telling you, size doesn't matter...
From the 1952 New York Times review of Mandy:

The virtue of simplicity in screen narration is put to clear and eloquent use in the little British
film "The Story of Mandy," which came to the Sutton yesterday. Unpretentious and almost documentary
in its telling of a tense dramatic tale of a husband and wife's estrangement over the training of
their deaf-mute child, it opens a straight, revealing vista into the heart of a problem of this sort
and makes pretty vivid the anxieties and the sensations of all involved.