Steaming Trailer

Steaming Trailer (1985)

"A film about self-discovery and triumph based on the popular play." 28 September 1985 95 mins

Steaming is the final film directed by Joseph Losey. It was adapted from Nell Dunn's play by Patricia Losey and Nell Dunn. It is about three women who meet regularly in a steam room and decide to fight its closure.

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Cast

Sarah Miles

as Sarah

Diana Dors

as Violet

Patti Love

as Josie

Brenda Bruce

as Mrs. Meadows

Felicity Dean

as Dawn Meadows

Sally Sagoe

as Celia

Anna Tzelniker

as Mrs. Goldstein

International Releases Dates

United States 28 September 1985

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