Twenty Thousand Streets Under the Sky
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Twenty Thousand Streets Under the Sky
Originally published under the title Twenty Thousand Streets in 1935, author Patrick Hamilton's semi-autobiographical trilogy is adapted for the screen by director Simon Curtis and screenwriter Kevin Elyot. The story is set in and around The Midnight Bell, a public house off the Euston Road. There, a bartender named Bob pines for pretty prostitute Jenny, despite the sad fact that she has not a penny to her name. Meanwhile, Bob remains blissfully unaware of the romantic glimpses cast his way by co-worker Ella, who is currently being courted by an older, wealthier gentleman, and desperate… More