Say Hello To Yesterday
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On a London train, a wealthy suburbanite (Jean Simmons - SPARTACUS, ELMER GANTRY, GUYS AND DOLLS) meets a middle-class young man (Leonard Whiting - ROMEO AND JULIET) who invites himself into her first-class compartment. Whiting immediately starts an outrageous conversation with Simmons and she is both stunned and intrigued by the young man's audacity. Eventually, though, she orders the daring young man to leave, threatening to pull the emergency cord if he doesn't. Thus begins a romantic game of cat and mouse between two lonely people on the opposite ends of the social ladder.
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is a nice memento of her later movie rolls. In this film Ms.Simmons is a COUGAR before anyone coined the term and
the styles of the day (speech, dress and acting) are fun to re-visit.
Either they claimed it was weak or a bad movie. I am not a critic, but find
it relevant in our real world. We learned Lessons from this Film because it
tackled the sensitive issues of Death and May-December Affair, albeit a
very short one between a respectable housewife and joie de vivre lad.
The woman played by Jean Simons tried to heal the trauma of Leonard Whiting
and after she did her role, she exited from his life once and for all.
With no doubt in her mind that one day the young boy would find a true
love of her own, while she has to be satisfied with her dull husband and
children. The woman has no choice but to carry the same chores for the
rest of her life but with beautiful memories to lighten her fading days.