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By Richard Dyer

A learn of David Lean's "Brief Encounter". during this own account of the movie, Richard Dyer lines its importance to post-war movie-goers, and the facility of its enduring attraction. every one quantity within the "BFI movie Classics" sequence encompasses a short construction heritage and a close filmography.

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