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The Affair ()


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A love story, set amongst the beginnings of the integration of Negro soldiers from America to England during World War II. A tragic tale of war, love, desire and injustice.

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Travis Holloway
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Maggie Leyland
Leland Gantt ...
Barrett
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Col. Banning
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Sgt. Rivers
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Edward Leyland
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Esther
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Sonny
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Ray
Rory Jennings ...
David Leyland
Nicholas Selby ...
Mr. Leyland
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Mrs. Leyland
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Capt. Marks
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Capt. Carlton
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Capt. Ford
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Howard
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Dr. Hastings
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Military judge
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Clark
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Bailiff
John Fitzgerald Jay ...
MP guard
Eamon Boland ...
Police sergeant
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GI #1
Noah Lee Margetts ...
GI #2 (as Noah Margetts)
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US Soldier (uncredited)
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US Soldier (uncredited)

Directed by

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Paul Seed

Written by

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Pablo F. Fenjves ... (story) (as Pablo Fenjves) and
Walter Bernstein ... (story)
 
Pablo F. Fenjves ... (teleplay) (as Pablo Fenjves) and
Bryan Goluboff ... (teleplay)

Produced by

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Harry Belafonte ... executive producer
Colin Callender ... executive producer
Bill Shephard ... associate producer
John Smithson ... producer
Elizabeth Lizzie Taylor ... consulting producer (as Lizzie Taylor)
David M. Thompson ... producer

Music by

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Christopher Gunning

Cinematography by

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Ivan Strasburg

Film Editing by

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John Stothart

Production Design by

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Hugo Luczyc-Wyhowski

Art Direction by

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Luana Hanson

Costume Design by

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Frances Tempest

Makeup Department

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Dorey Cilia ... makeup artist (as Dorey Sheppard)
Carmel Jackson ... makeup artist
Jan Sewell ... hair designer / makeup designer

Production Management

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Bill Shepherd ... production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Simon Emanuel ... third assistant director
Chris Rose ... first assistant director
Beni Turkson ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Len Ash ... dressing props
Bill Brown ... stand-by props
Meg Burton ... art department assistant
Rob Hunter ... dressing props
Chas Johnson ... property master
John Maher ... construction manager
Mike Power ... dressing props
Andy Semple ... assistant art director
Sam Stokes ... stand-by props
Linda Wilson ... property buyer

Sound Department

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Paul Hamblin ... dubbing mixer
Jon Hemming ... dialogue editor
Andy Kennedy ... dubbing editor
John Salter ... boom operator
Peter Sutton ... sound recordist

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Matthew Roberts ... special effects assistant

Stunts

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Clive Curtis ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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David Bourke ... electrician
Tom Gates ... gaffer
Phil Hurst ... electrician
Dennis Lloyd ... grip
Richard Philpott ... camera operator
Tracy Satchwell-Smith ... clapper loader
Mark Strasburg ... focus puller
Jamie Summers ... electrician
Tony Wilcox ... best boy electric

Casting Department

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Joseph Cerami ... casting assistant: USA
Mary Colquhoun ... casting: USA
Andy Pryor ... casting assistant: UK
Gail Stevens ... casting: UK

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Oliver Clark ... wardrober
Kay Curram ... wardrober
Shirley Nevin ... wardrober

Location Management

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Peter Cotton ... location manager

Music Department

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Roz Colls ... music consultant
Chris Dibble ... music recordist (as Christopher Dibble)

Transportation Department

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Darren Thackeray ... driver: miss fox

Other crew

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Lucy Ainsworth-Taylor ... production coordinator
Kate Bartlett ... production runner
Carol Fletcher ... choreographer
Claire Hirsch ... script editor
Pauline Hume ... title designer
Karen Jones ... script supervisor
John Oxlade ... armorer
Jo Sexton ... choreographer
Marianne Wilman ... assistant production coordinator
Julia Wilson Dickson ... dialogue coach (as Julia Wilson-Dixon)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

A black soldier in World War II England begins an affair with a white woman whose husband is a soldier currently overseas in battle and in doubts of her relationship with him as she discovered he had been having an affair with his secretary. Written by John Sacksteder

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Also Known As
  • Liaison Interdite (France)
  • Sprawa honoru (Poland)
  • Suhde (Finland)
  • Niezwykly owoc (Poland)
  • Questão de Pele (Brazil)
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  • 105 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia The Affair (1995) was broadcast on terrestrial TV in the UK, towards the end of the year of its release. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in The 18th Annual CableACE Awards (1996). See more »
Soundtracks Strange Fruit See more »

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