With Celia seasick, Julia and Charles spend all of their free time together and soon begin an affair. He also learns from her that Sebastian has vanished completely. In London, Charles' new exhibition is a success, but his reluctance to go home finally brings an end to his marriage. He meets Anthony Blanche who takes him to a gay club for a drink and promptly proceeds to disparage his work. Charles accompanies Celia to Brideshead where Julia and Rex now live and where Rex continues to entertain the political set. Written by
Did You Know?
The "at sea" scenes were filmed on board QE 2. At the time, the QE 2, in a fit of "Modernism" had the top of the deck railings made out of composition rather than wood. In shots where the railing would be visible, the crew had placed wood design, contact sticky shelf paper over the plastic to give the appearance of a wood railing rather than black plastic. The railings on the QE 2 have since been replaced with real wood! See more
The phones shown in the staterooms are Gecophones, which is correct but, assuming the liner is intended to be The Queen Mary, they should not have dials. Passengers simply pick up the phone and are connected to an operator. See more