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Another Time, Another Place


Action / Drama / Romance / War

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Sean Connery Photo
Sean Connery as Mark Trevor
Glynis Johns Photo
Glynis Johns as Kay Trevor
Lana Turner Photo
Lana Turner as Sara Scott
Barry Sullivan Photo
Barry Sullivan as Carter Reynolds
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877.5 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 35 min
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1.59 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 35 min
P/S 4 / 1

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by richardchatten6 / 10

Weep No More

Set in Cornwall (not that you'd know from the accents, least of all Connery's) in 1945 (not that you'd know from Lana Turner's chic fifties wardrobe). The title is apt, as it belongs to a very specific moment in 1957 when Sid James was still playing Americans, Lana's film career was simply treading water (just before the publicity resulting from the Stompanato scandal revived it again) and Sean Connery - suffering yet another false start - cost next to nothing. Likewise it completely lacks the glossy high contrast colour photography by Russell Metty and mellow piano music by Frank Skinner (rather than the noisy score here by Douglas Gamley) that became a hallmark of her vehicles for Ross Hunter.

Turner's penchant for Bad Boys showed both in her offscreen liason with Johnny Stompanato and her onscreen one with a Connery still sporting his original bushy eyebrows. But it's really about Lana's relationship with Connery's wife Glynis Johns.

Reviewed by JLRMovieReviews8 / 10

We Will Meet Again....

Lana Turner, her star appearing to be descending, meets Sean Connery, a star on the rise in this film that takes place in WWII England. He's a BBC commentator and she's a journalist, who's on assignment. They meet obviously and fall in love. Just when she's about to propose to him, he tells her he's married. Even though he tells her he loves her, he can't leave his wife and Brian, his son. But, at the last minute of parting, he says he'll find a way. But, upon separation, his plane crashes and he dies, which puts Lana into a tailspin and she goes in a hospital for a rest. After weeks there, she has it in her mind to see where he grew up and lived. Once there in Cornwall, she sees a young boy playing, whose mother, played by Glynis Johns, calls to him by the name of Brian to come in.

If you like actresses Glynis Johns and Lana Turner and are curious to see a real young Sean Connery, then this should be pretty entertaining for you. Granted, this isn't your usual movie with a guy-meets-girl, guy-loves-girl, guy-loses-girl, and guy-wins-girl-back plot. Instead it tries to be more, and to some degree it works as a mature look at love and loss. The ending may seem a bit pat and manipulated, but I have always liked it and always felt it to be a very therapeutic movie, as they try to deal with their losses together, in the quiet, picturesque English village. (And, Lana had never looked more beautiful in black and white.)

Lana's next movie, "Imitation of Life," would really bring her career back on top, and it would be only 8 more years until her last great role of "Madame X." So her years of being a box office draw would be on the decline in a relatively short time, despite the really big movies she had yet to make. But Sean Connery was just now coming out on his own. To take notice of his performances in his early years, watch "Another Time, Another Place," a movie not just about our earthly love, but about meeting those we loved and lost, in another time and another place.

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca4 / 10

A good cast wasted

ANOTHER TIME, ANOTHER PLACE is a slow-moving romantic melodrama set at the tail-end of WW2. It sits rather incongruously in the cinematic mood of 1958, when Hammer's full-blooded gothics were wowing audiences at the cinemas and the new and exotic 1960s were just around the corner. This feels like a weepie from the 1930s more than anything else. Lana Turner (whose private life during this period is more interesting than anything in this film) somewhat unbelievably plays a journalist who turns up in London and begins dating a BBC reporter, as played by bushy-eyebrowed Sean Connery. You can guess what follows, but it's not much; the whole second half of the film is based around a few characters chatting around the kitchen table and it's all told at a snail's pace. A shame, because the cast (which includes Glynis Johns and Barry Sullivan) is above average and with stronger writing this could have been good.

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