After some years of tension, Richard begins a sexual relationship with his sister Natalie. Now married, the relationship proves dangerously obsessional. Their private intensity (& working class origins) contrast with the middle-class, inhibited, stuffy public scenes we see in the Richmond world into which Natalie has moved with her marriage. As the guilt and intensity of the siblings increases we seem to be heading for disaster, a forboding which increases when Natalie's husband Sinclair finds out. Written by
Moray McConnachie <firstname.lastname@example.org>
There are some relationships so taboo they're irresistible.
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An ad campaign canceled its contract with Clive Owen
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When Natalie and Richard are fighting on the country lane, there is a rip in the right shoulder of her jacket. When they get back to the party, the rip has gone. See more
Sorry, it was unavoidable, trains on Sunday, you know what they're like.
Unavoidable? I don't believe it. I've eaten all the food.
You've eaten all the food? Now that's serious.
References Rosemary's Baby
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Music by John Devereaux
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