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Closing Numbers (1993)

Anna and Keith have been happily married for several years. But things turn sour as Anna, investigating her suspicions that Keith has been having an affair, learns that he is bisexual. Anna... See full summary »

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Keith
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Anna
Frank Mills ...
Frank
Hazel Douglas ...
Mary
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Peter
Patrick Pearson ...
Steve
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Ellie
Lucinda Fisher ...
Young Woman in Restaurant
Nigel Charnock ...
Jim
Frederick Treves ...
Anna's Father
Martin Gower ...
Mike
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Fredericks (as Kristopher Marshall)
Ben Mangham ...
Potter
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Headmaster
Karl Brookes ...
Soldier on Train
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Anna and Keith have been happily married for several years. But things turn sour as Anna, investigating her suspicions that Keith has been having an affair, learns that he is bisexual. Anna is reluctantly forced into a world of homosexuality and AIDS as she is forced by circumstances to befriend her husband's lover and his dying friend Jim. Written by David Kinne <davros@gargoyle.apana.org.au>

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November 1993 (UK)  »

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Closing Numbers - und das Leben geht weiter  »

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nuances of fragile world
15 January 2013 | by (Romania) – See all my reviews

a special film. because it is a pledge. for understand the other. for discover difference as gift. for define yourself. for measure of love and compassion.or, only, for a hidden form of beauty and peace. it is, in same time, a delicate and deep trip in heart of strange events. so, in little measure, a poem. about nuances of a fragile world. sensitive, delicate, it may be first step in a dark circle. or, only, a parable about faces of pain. and drawing for different reality side. so, it has not precise definition. it is out of clear verdict.it remains, after its end, only picture of life fragments. and about solitude as border of self acceptance. grace of subtle performance of entire cast, the work for her realistic role, as smoke ladder is remarkable in case of Jane Asher.


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