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    I remember seeing this in about 1990.



    It was a modest budget late 70's or 80's film made in or around Lancashire and from what I remember revolved around a dairy.

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    See No Evil (sorry don't know how to post links) 1971? Wasn't there a dairy in that when Mia Farrow is being hunted by Paul Nicholas? Any more information?

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    Could it be MILK ? Not the recent biopic with Sean Penn but the British black comedy of 1999 with James Fleet.

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    No neither of those look likely.



    This was smaller budget and more likely to be early 80's from what I remember of the cars featured.



    I think the dairy involved might have been Didsbury or Lancashire.

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    A farm or a milkman sort of dairy?

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    From what I recall it was the industrial farming scale of dairy.



    I don't think the actual dairy appeared much in the film, maybe a few lorries etc. It seemed to have been filmed in the lanes in the area around the dairy.

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    is there any plot?

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    Yes a plot and an actor would help a lot, I'm struggling, it's been a long time.



    I had hoped that there might not be too many low budget, 80's films, made in Cheshire in which a modern dairy featured.

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    This couldn't be Norman J. Warren's spoof spy film Gunpowder (1986)?



    It was filmed in and around Macclesfield, Cheshire and according to the user comments at IMDB involved a milk/dairy business in the plot!



    More here:



    Gunpowder (1986)



    E.

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    Euryale I think you have hit the nail on the head.



    I couldn't remember if it was a spoof or just bad (and felt like a spoof). I do know that the intro to Carry on Spying always reminds me of this film but I wasn't sure if it was a spy plot or not.



    Cheers.

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    Try 'Otley' Tom Courtney 1968. Watched about 10 minutes once. Nuf said.

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    There was another film about a farm from that era. The Olive Tree, made in 1975.

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