The movie follows the routine of an agitated train station - the Waterloo Station - making a brief yet important cultural portrait of the 1960's England, mixing reality and fiction.
Did You Know?
Most of the people in the film were real people going about their business. Margaret Ashcroft
(a relative of director John Schlesinger
and listed under her married name Margaret Perry), the handcuffed prisoners, and the confused elderly woman (Roland Curram
's aunt Gertie) were among the handful of actors. See more
It Was All So Lovely
Music by Ron Grainer
Lyrics by Julian Cooper
and Michell Raper
Sung by Mike Shaun, Vernon Neptune, and The Don Riddell Singers See more