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A tale of torrid and forbidden love between a couple in the English countryside, adapted for the screen by Harold Pinter from the 1953 novel by L. P. Hartley, Julie Christie and Alan Bates star in this award-winning film that follows the romance between a young woman of the aristocracy and a lowly farmer. Celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, Joseph Losey’s The Go-Between is presented in a new 4K restoration.
WINNER – BAFTA Awards 1972, Best Screenplay, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Most Promising Newcomer to Leading Film Roles
WINNER – Cannes Film Festival 1971, Palme d’Or
WINNER – National Board of Review Awards 1972, Top Ten Films
WINNER – Writers’ Guild of Great Britain 1972, Best British Screenplay
NOMINEE – Academy Awards 1972, Best Supporting Actress
NOMINEE – Golden Globes 1972, Best English-Language Foreign Film
"[A] powerful coming-of-age story. "
- Daily Mail
"Sticks daggers into the polite but uptight English class system."
- Dennis Schwartz Movie Reviews
"Stylishly elegant and multi-nuanced, this adaptation of Hartley's novel is one of Joseph Losey's masterpieces, the third and best collaboration with Harold Pinter, beautifully acted by Julie Christie, Alan Bates, and Michael Redgrave."
- Emanuel Levy
Wednesday 3rd November
Julie Christie , Alan Bates, Dominic Guard
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