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A Kind of Loving

A Kind of Loving(1962)

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  • Great flick

    • Oz
    • 3/13/12

    watched the movie last night with my wife, and really loved the simple lovely story of life in england back in the 60's, when young men stayed at home till they got married.

  • Great Movie

    • Fasha Strange
    • 3/13/12

    Please show more movies like these.

  • Finally!

    • Diane Librizzi
    • 3/4/12

    I had requested that TCM air this film years ago since it is not available on DVD in the States, and my old video copy was from the early 80's and in bad shape, so I am happy that it will be part of this series. Nevertheless, I love this story of a young Englishman and his female predicament, because for me it captured a very realistic view of post war England and the way the working class lived and loved in those days. You can almost feel the dreary dampness of the setting which adds to the mood of the film. I believe this is Alan Bates' first film and I couldn't keep my eyes off of him. A bit melodramatic, but Leonard Rossiter (Rising Damp and The Fall and Rise of Reginal Perrin) has a bit role and adds a bit of humor to the film. Any early film by the master Schlesinger.

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