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It so happens that their schedules coincide at the train station every Thursday, and their casual attraction grows, through quiet conversation and longing expressions, into the desperate recognition of mutual love. From this point forward, Lean turns this utterly precise, 85-minute film into a bracing study of romantic suspense, leading inevitably, and with the paranoid, furtive glances of a spy thriller, to the moment when this brief encounter must be consummated or abandoned altogether. Decades later, the outcome of this affair--both agonizing and rapturous--is subtle and yet powerful enough to draw tears from the numbest of souls, and spark debate regarding the tragedy or virtue of the choices made. A truly universal film, with meticulously controlled emotions revealed through the flawless performances of Howard and Johnson, and an enduring masterpiece that continued Lean on his course to cinematic greatness. --Jeff Shannon
the movie was well done, but I was disappointed with the story.
after hearing about it in 'Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont' I expected it to be sadder.
This DVD was a gift for my husband. It was in perfect shape when received and has been watched several times since its arrival. Read morePublished on Jan. 24 2013 by BARBARA J MARTIN
I purchsed this on amazon and it was sent from England. Their system for playing DVDs does not work on our system - they use PAl . Therefore I couldn't play it . Read morePublished on Aug. 19 2010 by right
If you loved Lost in Translation, you'll love this.
If you love Sleepless in Seattle and similar modern romance classics, see the movie that inspired those filmmakers. Read more
This is a wonderful movie - love having it on DVD - again shows how much more effective many of the older films are over the newer ones. Read morePublished on July 15 2003 by Jean Donovan
This is my favorite movie in the world. I have seen it many times over the years and it never disappoints. Read morePublished on Aug. 4 2002 by Mara Kurtz