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Brief Encounter #2020

Brief Encounter The simple story of an unconsummated love affair between a suburban doctor and a middle class housewife Brief Encounter can claim to be the most romantic film in British cinema Based by Noel Coward u

  • Title: Brief Encounter
  • Author: Noël Coward Sheridan Morley
  • ISBN: 9780571196807
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Paperback
  • Brief Encounter By Noël Coward Sheridan Morley, The simple story of an unconsummated love affair between a suburban doctor and a middle class housewife, Brief Encounter can claim to be the most romantic film in British cinema Based by Noel Coward upon his 1936 short play Still Life , the screenplay conjures up the drab, emotionally restrained world of post war Britain better than almost any other literary text It wThe simple story of an unconsummated love affair between a suburban doctor and a middle class housewife, Brief Encounter can claim to be the most romantic film in British cinema Based by Noel Coward upon his 1936 short play Still Life , the screenplay conjures up the drab, emotionally restrained world of post war Britain better than almost any other literary text It was nominated for an Oscar at the 1947 Academy Awards Brief Encounter is perhaps the most moving and fully realized of all David Lean s films This volume contains a specially commissioned introduction by Coward s biographer, Sheridan Morley.

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    1. image error Blurb Celia Johnson and Trevor Howard created the roles of housewife and doctor in the 1945 film adaptation of Noel Coward s classic tale of forbidden love Jenny Seagrove now stars as Laura Jesson with Nigel Havers as Dr Alec Harvey This particular radio version is very faithful to Coward s original screenplay and has been locked in the BBC vaults since 1947 It is to be performed as part of the 75th anniversary celebrations of the BBC s Maida Vale studios, long associated with radio [...]

    2. This is a heartbreaking love story between two people who know they can t be together Laura is a married middle class wife Alec is a married doctor They meet briefly at the refreshment room of a train station when something gets into her eye and he helps her Since then, a couple of casual encounters take place until the day they spend a few hours together and realize they have fallen in love.It s marvellous to see how No l Coward displays such a beautiful, passionate and ultimately unfulfilled r [...]

    3. The script format of sorts of one of my favorite movies and it still breaks my heart every.damn.time.

    4. Added 3 15 13.I did not read this book but I saw both movies One from 1945 and the other from 1974 See my notes below The 1945 screenplay is by No l Coward, and is based on his 1936 one act play Still Life The soundtrack of the 1945 screenplay prominently features the Piano Concerto No 2 by Sergei Rachmaninoff from Wiki Based on Noel Coward s classic film and play about a chance meeting, this is a story of innocence and unexpected love from the instant video description via ROKU BRIEF ENCOUNTER [...]

    5. Tak jednoduch p b h a tak slo it hra Dok u si p edstavit, e sed m v hledi ti a na m smysly to tenhle mix oby ejnosti, emoc a hudby nam chan s takovou n paditost , s jakou jsem se snad je t nesetkala Je to neuv iteln dynamick , ale str nky kn ky nedok zprost edkovat tolik vjem najednou Na pap e to p sob chaoticky a sekan Je t k se zorientovat, jednotliv linie jsou neust le p etrh v ny Prokousat se a na konec dalo n mahu, i p esto jak je to kr tk T m ani v nejmen m nenazna uji, e by hra byla patn [...]

    6. A very quick listen It s an intense read with strong tension between the two characters You really feel their pain about loving each other and not being able to be together It s very poignant and very beautiful You can understand why people love the film itself A lovely story.

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