They have neither privacy nor publicness, in these normative senses of-the term" Maybe the greatest weepie ever made, this is guaranteed to make every stiff upper lip wobble a little. Looming over it all though, is Harry Lime Orson Welles , a villain for the ages and the dark heart of Reed's film. Even with the help of cricket-obsessed Basil Rathbone and Naunton Wayne, their journey across the fictional country of Bandrika gets more dangerous with every passing mile. The Railway Children Directed by: Proof that deep wells of human emotion exist even under the most tightly buttoned cardie, this has a strong claim to be the most English film ever made along with This Is England , of course - boasting as it does endless cups of tea and a visit to Boots for good measure.
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