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Rated R · 110 minutes · 1971

Drama
Overwrought in refined, British ways—little touches that weigh a ton. Penelope Gilliatt's screenplay is about a bisexual sculptor (Murray Head) carrying on simultaneous affairs with doctor Peter Finch and bureaucrat Glenda Jackson; he can't understand why his lovers feel jealous of each other instead of settling for the little slivers of pleasure life provides. The director, John Schlesinger, has no real cinematic sense; he just picks a tone and a look and lets the action unwind. With Peggy Ashcroft, Vivian Pickles, and Maurice Denham.
Director: John Schlesinger
Writer: Penelope Gilliatt
Producer: Joseph Janni and Edward Joseph
Cast: Glenda Jackson, Peter Finch, Murray Head, Peggy Ashcroft, Tony Britton, Maurice Denham, Bessie Love and Jon Finch

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