The End of the Affair
We'll always have London...
Based on the Graham Greene novel, this is basically a love triangle (quadrangle?) set around World War II London. Our hero falls back in love with his mistress, who had dumped him two years previously. Problem is, she is still married. But that little problem does not stand in his way. Determined to learn more about her, he hires a private investigator to spy on her. Along the way he pours his hatred out into his typewriter, eventually bringing God into the picture too.
Don't compare it to the novel or you'll be disappointed. The film has been nominated for ten BAFTA awards, including all five big ones.
101 minutes, No persons under 16
Drama, Romance, Sex
Where's it showing?
Ralph Fiennes, Stephen Rea, Julianne Moore, Heather-Jay Jones, James Bolam, Ian Hart
|Screenplay||Neil Jordan, from the novel by Graham Greene|
|Sound formats||Dolby Digital, Sony Dynamic Digital Sound|
|Produced by||Columbia Pictures Corporation|
|South African Media|
|The MoviesiteIan Douglas||10|
|Cape ArgusOwen Williams||15|
|Cape ArgusAdrian Monteath||10|
|Cape TimesMolly Green||15|
|The StarJanine Walker||10|
|Die BurgerFrancois Smith||10|
|Sunday TimesBarry Ronge||10|
|BeeldMarius Jooste||12 |
|TV3 ScreenplayBarry Ronge||16|
|eye Weekly (Canada)Tom Lyons||5|
|Box Office (USA)Luisa F. Ribeiro||15|
|Rough Cuth (USA)Christopher Brandon||18|
|Total Film (UK)Neil Smith||15|
|Film Review (UK)Anwar Brett||15|
|Average .. 64%||13|
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