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Still of Bea. Narrator: At the beginning of September, Bob came on a forty-eight-hour pass and went to a local dance. There he met a girl called Bea Couldrey.

Medium close-up of Bea: My friend Doris and I

interview with Bea. went to this dance held by the Home Guard. Not many people attended these dances because the hall wasn't terribly Pan with dancing couple to big. I remember sitting on see Bea (actress) sitting the side, and then I saw talking. Bob and his this very tall man coming brother and sister enter. through the door. . . .

The film alternates between Bea reminiscing over the scene and the actors picking up dialogue showing how Bea and Bob meet and dance together.

In the final scenes, we learn the details of Bob's death were discovered only recently. We also learn that all four of Bob's closest friends in the RAF were killed as well.

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