It's November 30, 1962. Native Brit George Falconer, an English professor at a Los Angeles area college, is finding it difficult to cope with life. Jim, his personal partner of sixteen years, died in a car accident eight months earlier when he was visiting with family. Jim's family were not going to tell George of the death or accident, let alone allow him to attend the funeral. This day, George has decided to get his affairs in order before he will commit suicide that evening. As he routinely and fastidiously prepares for the suicide and post suicide, George reminisces about his life with Jim. But George spends this day with various people, who see a man sadder than usual and who affect his own thoughts about what he is going to do. Those people include Carlos, a Spanish immigrant/aspiring actor/gigolo recently arrived in Los Angeles; Charley, his best friend who he knew from England, she who is a drama queen of a woman who romantically desires her best friend despite his sexual ... Written by
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Opening Weekend: £502,009
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Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?
had Colin Firth
wear Creed's Bois du Portugal aftershave during the shooting of the film as Ford believed it would help Firth get into the character of George Falconer. See more
Jim's rolled car is a 1963 Rambler Classic station wagon. This model is clearly identifiable as a 1963 model as it had a different grille and tail lights than the 1962 model. The 1963 model would not have been available at the time of the crash which would have been in April of 1962. See more
No one has ever picked me up and not wanted something.
I think you picked me up. This is kind of a serious day for me.
Come on. What could be so serious for a guy like you?
I'm just trying to get over an old love I guess.
My mother says that lovers are like buses. You just have to wait a little while and another one comes along.
Written by Richard Rodgers
and Lorenz Hart
Performed by Jo Stafford
courtesy of JSP Records See more