Recently voted ‘The greatest romantic film of all time’ in the Guardian/ Observer greatest films poll this classic film is a terrific Blu-ray gift for Valentines day.
David Lean’s cinematic masterpiece written and produced by Noel Coward now available in a new Valentines packaging
Noel Coward’s sensitive portrayal of what happens when two happily married strangers, played by Celia Johnson and Trevor Howard, meet and their acquaintance deepens into affection and love. It is the story of two people, thrown together by a chance meeting, helpless in the face of their emotions but redeemed by their moral courage.
The film also features Rachmaninov's Piano Concerto No 2 - a special request to director David Lean from Noel Coward. Over the years few films have equalled the compassion and realism of Brief Encounter and, it remains to this day, one of the best-loved British romances of all time.
The Blu-Ray features the film digitally restored and a wealth of extras including:
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Brief Encounter (Valentines Sleeve) is a brilliant film that's full of excitement and romance. It's a perfect buy for anyone who loves classic films.
The film is utterly brilliant - genuinely deserving of the phrase 'Classic'. It is so evocative of that period in time in Britain too - delicious. The transfer from old film to modern DVD is amazing. How they have managed to create this clean, fresh, 'new looking' print from such an old film is amazing. I have seen other old films which have been supposedly 'restored' and they have either not improved at all or done too much and you can see the artefacts of where the restoration happened. Not so with this - it looks and sounds really clean and pristine.