As a character study, Turn the Key Softly barely rises above the quality of a B-movie due to this inconsistency of behaviour in two of the three women, and the predictability of the story of the third. It does succeed in making us care about what happens to them — even the largely unlikeable Stella — however, and benefits from great performances from all three actresses. The film itself provides some wonderfully atmospheric shots of London in the early mid-1950s, and even delivers a well-constructed police chase on the roof of a theatre which, while out of place with the tone of the rest of the movie, provides us with a satisfying fate for one of the movie’s least likeable characters.
Nevertheless, once it is figured out, the rest is easy. This story originally appeared in a 48-page special, which also recollected "Nailed It", along with behind-the-scenes material. Softly, softly come to me Touch my lips so tenderly Softly, softly turn the key And open up my heart Handle me with gentleness And say you'll leave me never In the warmth of your caress My love will live for ever and ever So softly, softly come to me Touch my lips so tenderly Softly, softly turn the key And open up my heart Softly, softly turn. To get the free app, enter. They were both people of Wsuioo, of the same people and culture, despite their different pedigrees.