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||IMDB Rating: 6.4/10 from 108 votes
||Release: September 1971 (UK) /
||Director: Barney Platts-Mills,
||Stars: Bruce Robinson, Catherine Howe, George Fenton, Julia Wright, Kathleen Byron, Michael Feast, Pamela Moiseiwitsch, Patricia Cutts, Paul Harper, Robert Brown, Susan Brodrick, Susan Penhaligon, Trevor Adams
||Synopsis: The childish love story between a young depressive girl and a talented young writer and the first steps into their adult life.
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Up-and-coming short story writer Peter (Bruce Robinson) meets pretty
young secretary Ann (Susan Penhaligon) at the publishing house.
Shunning her rather old-fashioned parents, Ann begins an intense love
affair with Peter and the two seem to spend all their time together.
Peter's laid back lifestyle and bohemian friends seems to appeal to
Ann, who has been raised in mainly middle-class surroundings. The two
head off to the country where they seem to grow bored of each other,
and Ann gets pregnant. Peter doesn't really care about the novel he's
been told to write but is forced to get a steady job to support the
If my description doesn't exactly grip you with it's exciting synopsis,
I don't blame you. Private Road is really as laid back as its young
characters. It's the kind of film which will disappoint if you're
expecting a straight-forward beginning, middle and end - but, if you
allow what plays out just to wash over you, then it's profoundly
moving, sweet, and funny. I don't usually take to bohemian types, but
Bruce Robinson's (writer of Withnail & I and The Killing Fields)
natural charm, and the lack of self-awareness that plagues the Facebook
generation warmed me to the characters.
One film that Private Road really brought to mind was Harold And Maude.
Although it's not as blatantly comic or quite as dark, the film does
have a subtle comic undertone that plays out throughout, usually in the
conversations between Peter and his friend Stephen (played by the
brilliant Michael Feast). It almost has a feel of Withnail & I (without
being quite as clever). It also has a serious note when Stephen becomes
a heroin addict, played with an amazing realism by Feast. The
naturalistic wordplay and the nice soundtrack add up to make this the
only BFI Flipside release that I've really enjoyed. Recommended!
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, Catherine Howe
, George Fenton
, Julia Wright
, Kathleen Byron
, Michael Feast
, Pamela Moiseiwitsch
, Patricia Cutts
, Paul Harper
, Robert Brown
, Susan Brodrick
, Susan Penhaligon
, Trevor Adams
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