The Other Side of Midnight

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Time Out says

The Other Side of Midnight gloriously restores the era of Now, Voyager - right down to the nonsense title; expert schlocksmiths Daniel Taradash (Doctors' Wives) and Herman Raucher (Summer of '42) have adapted Sidney Sheldon's bestseller into the movie equivalent of a good long bad read. Pisier aborts herself with a (wire) coathanger as World War II breaks out, sleeps her way across Europe, winds up mistress to a Greek tycoon, and deviously hires the pilot who jilted her back in 1940. The only let-downs are Jarrott's usual stuffy direction and John Beck's boring performance as the pilot.
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UK release:

1977

Duration:

166 mins

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