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CS Lewis is the author of the Narnia books - The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe. Known as Jack, he teaches at an Oxford College, during the 1930's. An American fan, Joy Gresham, arrives to meet him for tea in Oxford. It is the beginning of a love affair. Tragically Joy becomes terminally unwell and their lives become complicated. Written by
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Many of the students and staff of Magdalen College, Oxford objected to the restrictions imposed on their movement on the grounds during April/ May 1993 especially as it coincided with end of year exams. To prevent a student-led halt in production a Q and A evening was held in the College bar with Richard Attenborough, Anthony Hopkins and Michael Denison. See more »
The first time Jack appears in the hospital, the physician comes out of Joy's room and tells him Joy's left leg "snapped like a twig." It is her right leg which is shown collapsing and being treated throughout the film. See more »
[Reading Jack's inscription from his Narnia book]
The magic never ends.
Well, if it does, sue him.
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Anthony Hopkins and Debra Winger bring a wonderful love story to life.
The true story of British writer C. S. Lewis who, despite his comfortable bachelor life, falls in love with a lively, spirited American poet played extremely well by Debra Winger. Excellent script, and direction along with outstanding performances by the supporting cast.
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