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Overall, The End of the Affair is a good movie with several interesting scenes.
His performance cannot compare to the brilliant acting of Ralph Fiennes in the later version, but I preferred Deborah Kerr's Sarah to Julianne Moore's.
She thought that if she hadn't been cheating on her husband Henry, Maurice might never have been placed in harm's way.
A very touching story about how love can bring happiness in the midst of war and personal pain.Published 6 days ago by ssmp
This Bendrix and Sara just don't have the intensity of either the characters in the novel or even of Ralph Fiennes and Julianne Moore. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Janna Scott
The End of the Affair is based on the novel Graham Greene of the same title.
Maurice Bendrix is the clandestine lover of married Briton Sarah Miles. Read more
Very dissapointed,thouight it was a story about life and 'love in London during World War 2,instead I found it to be a very dull and over rated love affair.Published 4 months ago by efmeaker
This is a more beautiful, earlier rendition of the later production, which starred Julianne Moore. A must see.Published 5 months ago by ruah albi
Okay movie for Deborah Kerr and Van Heflin. I found it a bit hard to follow, but I like the actors and still felt it was a worthy movie!Published 6 months ago by "old movie finatic"