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Time Out says

Figuratively, the story about the length of drop on the rope: a man in an Eastbourne hotel is seemingly rescued from suicide by a young girl. With the Grand Hotel setting, intermingling of past and present (real or imagined), shifting levels of 'reality', and the use of the out-of-season resort as a symbol for inner desolation, it is not hard to see the influence of Resnais. And such pretensions are surprisingly welcome after the sub-11 plus level of most British movies. It's all the more pity that the film's central relationship cannot sustain credibility: the plot depends on too much verbal exposition; explanations are too predictable for an essay on uncertainty; and the characters move from clichéd stodgy middle-age and freewheeling youth to stereotyped fugitives from deadening routine.

Release Details

  • Duration:92 mins

Cast and crew

  • Director:Peter Crane
  • Screenwriter:Michael Sloan
  • Cast:
    • Keith Bell
    • Keith Michell
    • Bill Fraser
    • Angharad Rees
    • Donald Hewlett
    • Jeannette Sterke
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