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Bridget Brammall ...
Lover in Alleyway
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Dennis Fellows
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Paul
Jeremy Clyde ...
Gerry
Anthony Dawes ...
Solicitor
Glenn Doherty ...
Lover in Alleyway
Marilyn Finlay ...
Nursing Home Manager
Lennox Greaves ...
Det. Insp. Hollins
Dave Jackman ...
Reporter
Philip Jay ...
M.C. Fête
Sharon Lawless ...
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Kenneth Lodge ...
Det. Sergeant Grey
Vivienne Moore ...
P.A.H. Lady
Cathy Murphy ...
Nurse
Tamzin Neville ...
Reporter
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A white Mercedes, the English countryside, a cathedral city, a haunted figure at the wheel with an overnight bag in the boot. Frank Summers has run away from a career as a fabulously successful rock promoter and an anguished private life. Now he's facing the hardest of all moral choices - a life or death decision which is to have a shattering impact on the lives of new friends who offer shelter, and on the new arrival on the seemingly tranquil scene. Written by GusF

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7 April 1991 (UK)  »

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If you like English understatement.
29 June 1999 | by (Melbourne, Australia) – See all my reviews

Understated & anally-retentive in the English way (or is it just slow?). But good if you like that sort of thing - which I do. Juliet Stevenson is again in a movie about the grieving process (see Truly, Madly, Deeply) but this isn't funny! She's also in a red-hot sex scene (not for the prudish) which contains tremendous tension Begins with great shots of tourist Stonehenge followed by the lovely voice of Kathleen Ferrier (I think) then a murder. I'll tell you no more, I hope I've been helpful.


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