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"I think a lot of us have had our senses deadened by the mass-market Harlequin tripe that David Lean pokes fun at in the cinema title viewed by the couple ("Flames of Passion"), if not by the soft-core pornography of contemporary television and film. This is a meaningful and sad little film with a very gentle and tender depiction of the couple's dilemma that doesn't cheapen their feelings by flinging them into bed like modern movies or pulp bosom-heaving romances. For its excellent depiction of accidental love restrained, the film has universal value, not just historical."

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