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The End of the Affair(1955)

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  • Interesting and soul searching

    • Cheryl
    • 5/24/19

    During WWII, there must have been a lot of people who searched their souls. I did like this move; although I thought that Kerr and Johnson were mis-matched. Maybe, Johnson was thinking of another role. I am glad that this religious film was made-it was necessary at this time.

  • Reality

    • john
    • 5/22/19

    I wish I didn't keep up using Wikipedia to look up movie stars' biography/personal stuff---makes all these flicks with a romantic ladies man Johnson (and others) unenjoyable knowing his real life desires. Forget I said it!!

  • Interesting

    • el debbo
    • 9/2/18

    This wasn't a movie I really liked, but it certainly intrigued me. So many WWII and post-war films wrestled with death, afterlife, and belief in, as Deborah Kerr puts it here, God and "the whole bag of tricks." With so many souls touched by death in that era, it's no surprise. Ignore Van Johnson's one-note performance and there's alot of beauty to this movie.

  • Love The Kerr but...

    • Anne R
    • 4/8/17

    This is up there with my opinion of Suspicion. Love the Cary but this is all wrong too. Just a mess. Johnson and Kerr are, yes, ill-matched but Gregory Peck (as I heard) wouldn't have made a difference. The ONLY reason to watch this is for John Mills' terrific turn of a very, very quirky detective.

  • Makes me want to read the book all over again!

    • Kate
    • 3/15/07

    This is a great adaptation of Graham Greene's novel of the same name. Thanks for showing it again. We love you TCM!

  • Interesting Movie with a good message for me.

    • Patricia LeBlanc
    • 1/10/07

    First of all, I love Turner Classic Movies. God bless you for keeping these great movies being shown. I have enjoyed so many classic movies with the great actors from the Golden Years of Hollywood.I have also noticed that many of these old movies have very good messages. The old movie makers seem so wise compared to some of the trashy stuff being produced today.The End of the Affair was a delightful romantic movie with a very powerful message for me personally. With Van Johnson and Debra Kerr for the icing on the cake. I would like to know more about this movie and see it again soon.Thank you.

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