The L-Shaped Room (Bryan Forbes, 1962) [REPACK]
As the film opens, Jane Fosset (Caron), a demure French girl, rents the titular l-shaped room, which sits on the top floor of a dilapidated boarding house in a shabby section of London. The cramped, dingy, somewhat squalid lodging will serve as her personal sanctuary over the next several months as she ponders her future after learning a casual sexual encounter has left her pregnant. Her conservative parents have disowned her, she has no intention of marrying, and following a traumatic visit to an unscrupulous doctor (Emlyn Williams) who all too quickly offers to perform an illegal abortion, Jane becomes more determined than ever to have the baby and raise it on her own.
The L-Shaped Room (Bryan Forbes, 1962)