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CLASSIC & A SUNDAY ROAST!
Is there a better way to spend a Sunday than with a great film and a beautiful dinner provided by the wonderful folk over at The Stables?
Have you really never seen Brief Encounter? What have you been doing all these years? You have a treat in store.
David Lean is more famous for his huge Technicolor epics, like Lawrence of Arabia, or A Passage to India, but Brief Encounter is his most moving film. It is shot in atmospheric black and white, and tells the story of two people who fall in love, because of a chance meeting at a railway station.
Celia Johnston plays Laura, a middle class woman who lives a happy but predictable life, who meets Dr. Alec Harvey, played by craggy Trevor Howard. There starts a doomed love affair, set to the sweeping romantic sounds of Rachmaninoff's 2nd piano concerto. This single piece of music plays throughout the film, and stirs up exactly the right emotions. Such is the power and influence of this film, it created the archetype for the romantic farewell on a station platform, with steam hissing from trains, and an orchestra playing in the background.
Booking by the person, just £15 including a full Sunday Roast!
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