A brilliant impression of an England now gone forever.
I saw this film originally when it was released in the early 1990's. It created in me a profound impression of a time in England which is now gone forever. Although the film is set in the 1950's, before I was born, it gave me a
feeling of intense nostalgia for the place and time. This was perfectly enhanced by the theme music to the film. It left me with a feeling of longing to have lived through that period. Although very different in subject matter I found the theme of loss and regret very much in the same vain as another David Hare film, Plenty. If anyone has a copy, or knows where I can obtain a copy of this film (Heading Home), preferably on DVD or on VHS, I would be very grateful.
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