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Time Out says

JR Ackerley's wonderfully moving novel wouldn't work without the central relationship between an ageing lonely gay and his Alsatian. Colin Gregg hasn't solved that one - how can you on screen? - and concentrates elsewhere, losing the point in a plethora of Brit caricatures, Liz Smith prominent among them. Bates does his over-familiar mannered queen in melancholy circs, effectively shafting any chance of sympathy, and only Oldman as his unreliable lover gives any sense of layered life, earning a pang as the trap snaps shut upon his prospects.
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Release details

UK release:

1988

Duration:

91 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Colin Gregg

Cast:

Liz Smith, Frances Barber, Gary Oldman, Alan Bates, Max Wall

Music:

Julian Jacobson

Production Designer:

Jamie Leonard

Editor:

Peter Delfgou

Cinematography:

Mike Garfath

Screenwriter:

Hugh Stoddart

Producer:

Tommaso Jandelli

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