On Chesil Beach

On Chesil Beach
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Kathryn

So beautiful. Delightful and deep. Great acting and a sumptuous soundtrack. Definitely recommend!

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Judith

Not good

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Chris

Played well here... not a bad story and may very well happened to many marriages.

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Elnara

It is sad that only after 45 years he realised that the problem was neither his fiancee' gender orientation, nor her sexual desire, nor his hostile approach to the sexual freedom in marriage, but her approach to his social-economical status. I do not know how a lady can say she feels love ...Read more

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