The End of the Affair (1955) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Edward Dmytryk and produced by David Lewis.
Me & Classic Film: Is This the End Of The Affair?By FlickChick on May 30, 2019 From A Person in the Dark
Warning: this conversation is personal Me: It’s Me, Not You I never thought we’d be having this conversation. Truly, I took for granted this could never end. You were everything to me. In this world of uncertainty, you were always there, a safe place. In a swirl of change, you rema... Read full article
THE END OF THE AFFAIR (1955)By Dan Day, Jr. on May 26, 2019 From The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog
Last week Turner Classic Movies showed THE END OF THE AFFAIR, a 1955 drama starring Van Johnson and Deborah Kerr. The movie also features Peter Cushing in a major supporting role. THE END OF THE AFFAIR was one of the very few Cushing films I had never seen. (The movie was remade in the 1990s.) Whe... Read full article
The End of the Affair (Edward Dmytryk, 1955)By Judy on Apr 10, 2016 From Movie Classics
This is my contribution to the Beyond the Cover blogathon, hosted by Liz of Now, Voyaging and Kristina of Speakeasy, which is focusing on film adaptations of novels. Please visit and read the other entries. Graham Greene’s short novel The End of the Affair is a tale of love, jealousy,? pain an... Read full article
The End of the Affair (1955)By Beatrice on Mar 23, 2016 From Flickers in Time
The End of the Affair Directed by Edward Dmytryck Written by Lenore J. Coffee from a novel by Graham Greene 1955/UK Coronado Productions First viewing/Amazon Instant This movie made me want to read the source novel and see the 1999 remake with Jeremy Irons. ?That’s another way of saying tha... Read full article
The End of the Affair (1955).By Dawn Sample on Oct 1, 2012 From Noir and Chick Flicks
The End of the Affair(1955). Directed by Edward Dmytryk. Cast: Deborah Kerr, Van Johnson, Peter Cushing and John Mills. It is based on the novel The End of the Affair by Graham Greene. It was filmed in London, around the Chester Terrace. Gregory Peck was offered the male lead. After Maurice Bendrix... Read full article
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Henry Miles: It's not exactly the sort of thing to go into over a cup of tea.
Sarah Miles: [to Father Compton] ... I know that it sounds absurd now, but I thought I'd prayed him alive. That *is* absurd, isn't it?... But people don't come alive; when they're dead, they're dead as mutton. Well, at any rate, I prayed, I... I made that stupid promise, and then he... he walked into the room. So it was all a mistake...
Sarah Miles: If there is a god, then he put the thought of that prayer in my mind, and I hate him for it.
Sarah Miles: ...The time ahead is endless.
Father Crompton: Prayer could help to make it shorter.
Sarah Miles: I prayed once too often.
Father Crompton: When we seek God, it means we've already found Him.
Sarah Miles: But I don't want Him, and what does He want with me? What can I offer Him except a shabby second best?
Father Crompton: I'm afraid He's used to that.
Sarah Miles: How sad for Him.
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