Torn between his social conscience that dictates he should look after his mother in her old age and his need to lead a normal existence whilst still in the prime of his life, Arthur tries to accommodate his mother’s constant demands for affection and attention.
Vague but vicious and more arsenic than old lace, Maggie would have the beleaguered Arthur tied to her apron strings, if she could just remember where she put the apron…
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