Screen Two (1985–2002)
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Time After Time 

The aging Swift family of one brother, Jasper, and three sisters, April, May and June, are forced to live together in the run-down family mansion and they all get on each others nerves. ... See full summary »

Director:

Bill Hays

Writers:

Molly Keane (novel), Andrew Davies
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
John Gielgud ... Jasper Swift
Googie Withers ... Leda Klein
Helen Cherry ... April Grange-Gorman
Ursula Howells Ursula Howells ... May Swift
Brenda Bruce ... June Swift
Mark Lambert Mark Lambert ... Christy Lucey
Trevor Howard ... Brigadier Croshawe
Freddie Jones ... Ulick Uniake
Mavis Walker Mavis Walker ... Lady Alys Croshawe
Fiona Walker ... Tania Klein
Colm Hefferon Colm Hefferon ... Brother Anselm (as Colm Heffernan)
Liam Sweeney Liam Sweeney ... Brother Declan
Ann Rowan Ann Rowan ... Old Tinker Woman
Peter Gilroy Peter Gilroy ... Young Tinker Boy
George Antoni George Antoni ... Japanese Man (as George Yiasoumi)
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The aging Swift family of one brother, Jasper, and three sisters, April, May and June, are forced to live together in the run-down family mansion and they all get on each others nerves. One-eyed Jasper is the only one who does the cooking and he has occasional meetings with a monk from the nearby monastery. April was left some money when her husband died and is now practically deaf. May is a spinster who gives talks on flower arranging and also steals ornaments. The youngest, still called Baby June, was an avid horsewoman, but now relies on her farmhand Christy Lucey to train and ride her horse. One day, to their surprise, cousin Leda comes to visit and elicits various embarrassing family secrets. Leda, who is half Jewish and used to live in Vienna, stayed with the family when she was a teenager, but they thought she died in a concentration camp in the war. Written by Will Gilbert

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Drama

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Country:

UK | Australia | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 January 1986 (UK) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Quality Cast of Seasoned Actors Full of Intrigue and Rivalry
25 February 2003 | by kell847See all my reviews

What I liked most about this movie was the synergy between actors. Sibling rivalry amongst the Swift family has been a driving force that has placed a wedge between the sisters and brother ever since they were children. Jealousies so strong that it engulfs their spirits well into their golden years. The movie begins with all the siblings living together in the home they were raised in somewhere in England. Each in their 60's, the movie flashes back to a sibling's childhood experience when a point of reference needs to be made to support a jealous or angry thought one sibling might be feeling toward another in real time. Just a really funny host of sibling competitiveness that at times explodes into a pretty severe tounge lashing amongst sisters and brother. However all done with true English dignity and reserve. Petty jealousies and rivalry is the order of the day for this movie. But did I mention family secrets involving....s_x. That's where the movie starts to get really good. When a much disliked, nosey, gossiping cousin comes to visit with the sole intention of stirring up ONE of the families most guarded s_x_al secrets. Yes, a cast of senior actors. Resulting in the acting at it's best.


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