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Brotherly Love (1970)
"Country Dance" (original title)

 -  Drama  -  22 April 1970 (USA)
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In an upper-class British household, a crazy alcoholic, has an incestuous relationship with his sister, who is also capable of being fairly spirited herself.

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Michael Craig ...
Douglas Dow
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Brig. Crieff
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Dr. Maitland
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Rosie
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Jack Baird
Robert Urquhart ...
Auctioneer
Mark Malicz ...
Benny-the-Pole
Jean Anderson ...
Matron
Lennox Milne ...
Miss Mailer
Helena Gloag ...
Auntie Belle
Marjorie Dalziel ...
Bank Lizzie
Marjorie Christie ...
Bun Mackenzie
Rona Newton-John ...
Miss Scott
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In an upper-class British household, a crazy alcoholic, has an incestuous relationship with his sister, who is also capable of being fairly spirited herself.

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Sir Charles Ferguson: Remember the nice things. Reared in exile by a card-cheating, scandal ruined daddy. A mummy who gave us gin for milk. Ours was such a beautifully disgusting childhood.
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Love Is the Sweetest Thing
Performed by Al Bowlly
Music and Lyrics by Ray Noble
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Great acting, fascinating script..
19 November 2001 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

The undoubted highlight of this movie is Peter O'Toole's performance. In turn wildly comical and terribly terribly tragic. Does anybody do it better than O'Toole? I don't think so. What a great face that man has!

The story is an odd one and quite disturbing and emotionally intense in parts (especially toward the end) but it is also oddly touching and does succeed on many levels. However, I felt the film basically revolved around Peter O'Toole's luminous performance and I'm sure I wouldn't have enjoyed it even half as much if he hadn't been in it.


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