The End of the Affair
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The End Of The Affair (1955)
Recently freed from his MGM contract, Van Johnson headed to England to star in a series of pictures, the first of which was The End of the Affair. Adapted by Lenore Coffee from the novel by Graham Greene, the film casts Johnson as Maurice Bendrix, the clandestine lover of married Briton Sarah Miles (Deborah Kerr). When Maurice disappears during the London blitz, Sarah feels responsible; perhaps if she hadn't been cheating on her husband Henry (Peter Cushing), Maurice might never have been placed in harm's way. She gets down on her knees and prays, promising to return to her husband and… More

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"This older B&W version of the recent remake puts less stress on the lust and more on the inner conflict the two lovers are having."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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