Isn't it awful about people meaning to be kind?

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CELICA JOHNSON AND Trevor Howard endure the agonies of an illicit love affair in David Lean's classic adaptation of Noel Coward's Brief Encounter (1946).

Taking place in a London train station and under Lean's brilliant direction, two very decent, very nice and very married people, meet, fall madly in love and suffer the consequences, all to the music of Rachmaninoff. Johnson was deservedly Oscar nominated and the film proved to be the benchmark by which every British romantic film has measured itself ever since. Steve Hayes

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