Sunday Bloody Sunday (1971) is the story of an unconventional love triangle set in London. Doctor Daniel Hirsh (Peter Finch), a Jewish, middle-aged general practitioner, and Alex Greville (Glenda Jackson), a bored, middle-class housewife, love the same man - Bob Elkin (Murray Head), a bisexual artist. Elkin jumps between his two lovers as his mood and desire dictates. Hirsh and Greville know of each other, but do nothing about the situation for fear of ending the affair with Elkin. Elkin's desire to move to America puts this arrangement in jeopardy. Sunday Bloody Sunday is the tale of two parallel love stories each approaching a crisis. It offers a snapshot of twentieth-century love -desperate and controlling. While Elkin is clearly selfish, he also proves attractive and appealing. How do two educated Londoners handle the final days of an affair that they need to escape their dull lives? John Schlesinger directed the film and United Artists released it.