There's nothing like coming out of a cinema after thoroughly enjoying what
you've just seen on the screen. Here's a classic case of that feeling.
It was the period when Ealing Studios was at the peak of its output.
This movie was superb in all departments...a good storyline,which though familiar,
has rarely been bettered,beautifully cast...a touching performance by Gordon
Jackson,a great femme fatale in Googie Withers,plus the always sterling work
by character actor,Mervyn Johns,and to round off,great photographically lit
sets.I highly recommend this excellent British film