Geoff and Kate Mercer (Tom Courtenay and Charlotte Rampling in award-winning performances) are a week away from their 45 year wedding anniversary. What should be a time of celebration for this childless couple enjoying rural retirement is derailed by the news that the body of Geoff’s first love has been found, preserved in the glacier she fell into fifty years earlier.
Stuff (Geoff Lealand, Waikato University) A mature film for mature film-goers. It offers an outwardly simple but inwardly complex story about aging, marriage, honesty, loyalty – and how a ghost from the past can disturb and disrupt the placid surface of orderly lives.
NZ Listener 4 Stars: “Two fine actors shine as they show what it takes to make – and unmake – a marriage.”
Starring: Charlotte Rampling, Tom Courtenay, Geraldine James, Dolly Wells, David Sibley, Sam Alexander, Richard Cunningham, Hannah Chalmers
Directed by Andrew Haigh (‘Weekend’, ‘Greek Pete’)
Written by Andrew Haigh (based on the short story by David Constantine)
Festivals & Awards Best Actress (Charlotte Rampling) and Best Actor (Tom Courtenay) at Berlin International Film Festival 2015.
Drama | 1hr 34mins | M | Sex scenes and offensive language | Country of Origin: UK
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