Saturday, November 12, 2016

"Brief encounter" is intense but very nice


A few years ago, I caught a portion of Noel Coward's "Brief encounter" on TCM.   It is a movie from 1945.

On Saturday, I had a chance to see the rest of it.     

It is the story of a married woman who meets a doctor at a train station.  It's a chance meeting and they begin to see each other.    She is Celia Johnson and he is Trevor Howard.

I had no idea that the movie is considered a romantic classic.    Also, the movie's soundtrack is fabulous, or Rachmaninov's second piano concerto exquisitely dropped in at a different moments of the story.

Very nice movie.     What happened to the married woman and the doctor?   Watch the movie and find out!




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