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Family Therapy

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Fifth in a series of six programmes penetratingthe private and confidential world of a family in therapy, filmed over nine months in both the consulting room and at home.
Jackand Marian. Thelongsummer holidays are over. Sara is happy with a new boyfriend, and Rachel asserts her new found independence and upsets her mother by announcing that she intends to leave home and work in Israel. Both girls seem to be benefiting from the therapy. It is time for therapist Dr Asen to turn the spotlight on Jack and Marian's relationship. To everyone's surprise Marian, who never complains, admits that she sometimes cries herself to sleep, unable to talk to Jack about her problems because he shouts at her. As Sara and Rachel grow up, will Jack and Marian's relationship survive without them?
Director Peter Gordon ; Executive producer
UdiEichier Stereo Subtitled .............
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Unknown: Jackand Marian.
Director: Peter Gordon

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