Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond: Season 2, Episode 36

The Lonely Room (31 May 1960)

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Young Henri Lamont, shy and desperate for a girlfriend, is staggered to find that when he goes into a certain room and looks out of the window he sees himself walking down the street with a... See full summary »

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John Newland ...
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Carl Esmond ...
Emile
Maurice Marsac ...
Maitre'd
Fabrizio Mioni ...
Henri Lamont
Lisa Montell ...
Terese
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Young Henri Lamont, shy and desperate for a girlfriend, is staggered to find that when he goes into a certain room and looks out of the window he sees himself walking down the street with a beautiful young girl and decides to investigate how this could have come about. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Beautiful, touching story

I am very pleased by watching this episode, somewhere unusual, surprising indeed. I would not have expected such a scheme in this series. Romance drama together, with poignant lines between characters. This shy and handsome man who doesn't know how to approach his beautiful female neighbour. It reminds me Albert Lewin's films kind of topics. I thought of some Georges Sander's characters. I don't know exactly why. This good looking guy in total despair facing an impossible love. It takes place in Paris, during the late days of the nineteenth century. I told you an Albert Lewin's films atmosphere. I won't spoil you the ending of this episode. I guess it is available in the DVD set. So, go for it. It is worthwhile.


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