|Directed by Lisa Steele|
|Canada, 1982 (video art, 11 minutes, black and white, English)|
"An intimate 11 minute monologue in which [Lisa] Steele portrays Beatrice Small, a victim of wife battering. As she unravels her story, Beatrice describes her efforts to maintain a marriage of 16 years to Al Small. Turning to family, friends, church and finally a lawyer, Beatrice tries repeatedly to get others to understand the threat that lies behind Al's words, 'Beatrice, I love you.'"
-- V tape (source)