Based on the award winning play by Julian Mitchell, the film explores the effect of Public School life in the 1930's on Guy Bennett as his homosexuality and unwillingness to "play the game" turns him eastwards towards communist Russia. Written by
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He outraged his friends . . . He rebelled against his family . . . And finally he betrayed his country [Australia theatrical]
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A fountain was added to Brasenose College specifically for the film. See more
You know... What I really hate about cricket, is that it is such a damned good game.
Ah! Judd's Paradox. Of course, cricket is a fundamental part of the capitalist conspiracy.
One only has to observe the two of them seen. There's the Proletariat forced to labour in the field, while the Bourgeoisie indulges in the pleasures of batting and bowling.
I mean, there's every reason to suppose
... that the game ultimately derives from the wholly unjustified right of the ...
I Vow to Thee, My Country
Lyrics by Sir Cecil Spring-Rice
Music by Gustav Holst See more