This uncluttered oral history speaks well for New Zealand filmmaker Gaylene Preston (RUBY & RATA) and her background in psychiatry and drama therapy. Aided by Judith Fyfe, a prominent interviewer and commentator, Preston coaxes seven New Zealand women to recount their side of WWII.
The fiancee of a young RAF pilot, Pamela Quill gained special permission to travel to England, and witnessed first-hand the "Battle for Britain" (not the Battle of Britain, she emphasizes). She and Paul were duly married, but approximately a year later he went missing in action. After the War,
Pamela and her daughter went back to New Zealand, still hoping Paul survived, somewhe...