|Directed by Alison Snowden|
|United Kingdom, 1984 (animation / fiction, 4 minutes, colour)|
"Second Class Mail is a witty yet poignant study of loneliness in old age. We first see the unnamed female protagonist going out on what looks like a typical shopping trip, which turns out to be a furtive trip to send a letter to 'Plain Brown Packets Ltd' of Soho. The package duly arrives, and turns out to be an inflatable man [...]."
-- British Film Institute (source)
|Film Credits (partial):|
|Written by:||Alison Snowden|
|Produced by:||Alison Snowden|
|Production Company:||National Film and Television School|