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A Kind Of Loving

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  • Taujar
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    Apr 01,  · “A Kind of Loving”, published in , was Barstow’s first novel. The plot is a simple one. Vic Brown, a twenty-year-old draughtsman working for an engineering firm in the industrial West Riding town of Cressley, falls in love with Ingrid Rothwell, a beautiful eighteen-year-old secretary working for the same firm/5().
  • Vudolrajas
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    Jul 15,  · Synopsis A kind of loving that knew no wrong until it was too late! As Vic Brown vacillates between infatuation and disinterest for his co-worker Ingrid Rothwell, she finds out that she is pregnant and Vic has to reconcile how he thought his life would go with what life actually has in store for him/5().
  • Meztirn
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    A Kind of Loving is a clear eyed, unsentimental and realistic portrait of an intelligent young man who gets trapped in a loveless marriage having got Ingrid, his girlfriend, pregnant. Stan Barstow 's genius here is to keep Vic a s/5.
  • Malalrajas
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    A Kind of Loving (–) Series Cast & Crew. Directed by (3) Writing credits (1) Cast (64) Produced by (3) Music by (1) Cinematography by (4) Film Editing by (3) Production Management (1) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director (1) Sound Department (8) Stunts (1) Camera and Electrical Department (9).
  • Gosida
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    His first great success was the novel A Kind of Loving, which became a film directed by John Schlesinger and starring Alan Bates. Since then he has produced eleven novels and three books of short stories, many set in the fictional mining town of Cressley, as well Reviews:
  • Taurn
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    A Kind of Loving () Cast and Crew Manchester draftsman Vic Brown (Alan Bates) becomes involved with secretary Ingrid Rothwell (June Ritchie), who works at his firm. After they sleep together.
  • Damuro
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    A Kind of Loving. The pent-up energies squelched by World War II emerged, in the case of film, with a bang even before the war ended. First out of the gate was Italian neo-realism with Luchino Visconti's Ossessione (). In quick succession came landmark neo-realist films from Rossellini, De Sica, Zavattini and Fellini, in many cases yanked.
  • Gazshura
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    This area was also used to film scenes in “A Kind of Loving” – the scene wear Vic runs away from his sister’s new house to be with Ingrid [I think], the 60’s maisonette where it was filmed is still there, minus it’s top floor and the mill in the background with a castellated tower is the only one of originally 4 that was not burned to the ground, [I should know, I’m a fireman].
  • Vulrajas
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    Jan 01,  · A Kind of Loving Trailer Directed by John Schlesinger. United Kingdom, Drama, Romance Synopsis. Vic is a Manchester draughtsman who has a sexual relationship with typist Ingrid—she falls for him, but he is not in love with her. Despite the unrequited love, the two soon marry due to Ingrid’s pregnancy and learn to form a /10(K).
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