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A private eye escapes his past to run a gas station in a small town, but his past catches up with him. Now he must return to the big city world of danger, corruption, double crosses and duplicitous dames.
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At a café on a railway station, housewife Laura Jesson meets doctor Alec Harvey. Although they are both already married, they gradually fall in love with each other. They continue to meet every Thursday in the small café, although they know that their love is impossible.Written by
Anthony Havelock-Allan was convinced the only place the film would do well was France, but the major French distributor, Gaumont, turned it down. It only changed its mind when the film won the Grand Prize at the Cannes Film Festival. It turned out to be a big hit in France. See more »
Near the beginning of the film Laura's husband refers to a Symphony concert he once took her to. Later Laura tells Alec that her husband is not musical. Obviously, she meant that he played no instruments, not that he did not enjoy music. See more »
[smacks her on the backside]
Albert Godby, how dare you!
I couldn't resist it!
Oh, well, trouble you for keeping your hands to yourself!
Oh, you blushing - oh, you look wonderful when you're angry... just like an avenging angel.
I'll give you avenging angel!... Coming in here taking liberties!
I thought last Monday, you said you wouldn't object to a friendly little slap.
Never mind about last Monday... I'm on duty now. And I should think to what would happen if Mr. Saunders should be looking ...
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How Can I Describe Perfection.In Two words:Simply Sublime
For me,a film addicted"Brief Encounter" is a polished diamond.It's the most perfect romance:You don't see lovers climbing balconys or dying in each others hand.What you see in "Brief Encounter"is two ordinary people in love.Only two normal people who stumble on one another in a railroad station and discover that they have more things in common,then meets the eye.So they started to see each other once a week,but their love are doomed,because they are both married and have very good lives.Celia Johnson is a sparklling gem as a house wife repressed who finds a man so repressed as she.That leads us to Trevor Howard.I know the reason of Celia's anguish.A normal woman simply could not resist to those eyes and the perfect face of Trevor,who embodies every english man in a simple wave,or just laughing in the theater.David Lean's soberb direction and Noel Coward's perfect story give space to show that you don't need to be Romeo And Juliet to tell that love's a good cause to fight,even when the fight is lost
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