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|Another Time, Another Place|
|Directed by||Michael Radford|
|Produced by||Simon Perry|
|Screenplay by||John Francis Lane|
|Based on||Another Time, Another Place|
by Jessie Kesson
|Music by||John McLeod|
|Edited by||Tom Priestley|
|May 1983 (Cannes Film Festival)|
July 1983 (UK)
Another Time, Another Place is a 1983 British drama film directed by Michael Radford and starring Phyllis Logan, Giovanni Mauriello and Denise Coffey. The screenplay was based on the novel by Jessie Kesson.
In Scotland in 1943 during World War II, Janie (Phyllis Logan) is a young Scottish housewife married to Dougal (Paul Young), who is 15 years older. Participating in a war rehabilitation program, the couple take in three Italian prisoners of war to work on their farm. Janie soon falls in love with one of the three, Luigi (Giovanni Mauriello). She begins a secret relationship with Luigi that is doomed from the start.
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