- Actors: Julie Christie, Alan Bates, Margaret Leighton, Michael Redgrave, Dominic Guard
- Directors: Joseph Losey
- Writers: Harold Pinter, L.P. Hartley
- Producers: Denis Johnson, John Heyman, Norman Priggen, Robert Velaise
- Format: PAL
- Language: English
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
- Number of discs: 1
- Studio: Studiocanal
- DVD Release Date: 22 Jan. 2007
- Run Time: 111 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 76 customer reviews
- ASIN: B000KRMZBK
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 21,495 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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Julie Christie stars in this screen adaptation of the classic novel by L.P. Hartley. A young teenage boy, Leo, is invited to a wealthy school friend's rich family estate and is drawn into a love affair between his friend's twenty-something sister, Marian, and the family neighbour, even though she is engaged to be married. She uses Leo as a go-between, sending messages to her lover. Despite feeling he is betraying her fiance Hugh, Leo carries on being the messager boy and discovers more about the attraction between men and women along the way.
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I first saw this when it came out in 1970 .A wonderful film. Shows its age but nevertheless is an all time favorite of mine
A slow burner of a film. Set in 1900 this is a marvelous evocation of a time and its manners.
This is the society which will be changed by the Great War which will erupt fourteen years later .
Nothing seems to happen in the film yet everything happens beneath the surface.The clues are there but never spelled out. It depicts a society which is rigid and repressed; where emotions are not displayed but simmer until the final catastrophe.
Leo the main protagonist as a boy of twelve unwittingly becomes the deliverer of love letters between lovers forever divided by class.When the lovers are finally discovered their affair is ended.There is a suicide. Left permanently emotionally damaged by events Leo has to act as go-between once more fifty years later. He has to deliver one more message.
A film with a wonderful score which lingers long after the final credits. I remembered it forty years later just as I remembered the film. Today I watched it again on dvd. Wonderful
Still not everybody's cuppa. By modern film standards it is slow but again seen with the right frame of mind a film to linger over
I enjoyed the film very much. The period detail was perfect. The scenery,the house, the furniture, the good manners,the cricket-all were just perfect.
As for comparison with the book,the film is more faithful than most films from books. In the book Marian and her mother are warmer people. I always find Margaret Leighton chilling, and Julie Christie is a bit hard. Everyone else was perfect, and Christie and Leighton were very credible. Alan Bates plays a nature boy very well, reminiscent of other parts. This is a remarkable story and excellent film.
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