The Night Watch (TV)
- Original title
The Night Watch (TV)
- Running time
- 89 min.
- United Kingdom
Paula Milne (Novel: Sarah Waters)
Jenna Augen, Neal Barry, Claudie Blakley, Lucy Briers, Richard Cambridge, Kenneth Cranham, JJ Feild, Claire Foy, Chas Early, Anna Maxwell Martin, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Liam Garrigan, Richard Huw, Caitlin Innes Edwards, Phill Langhorne, Colin Mace, Stephen Matthews, Paul Ritter, Kris Saddler, Harry Treadaway, Alex Waldmann, Leona Walker, Tom Weston-Jones, Jodie Whittaker, Anna Wilson-Jones
Drama. Romance | II World War. Gay & Lesbian. TV Movie
- Movie Groups
Sarah Waters Adaptations
- Synopsis / Plot
- In post-war London Viv Pearce, seeing married spiv Reggie, runs a dating bureau with Helen Giniver, who lives with her older lover, authoress Julia Standing. Viv's younger brother Duncan, a tormented homosexual, has been in prison and is sought out by his - straight - ex-cellmate Robert Fraser, who served time as a conscientious objector and is now concerned for the boy's welfare. Viv encounters Kay Langrish, a wealthy, reclusive butch lesbian and for both women this evokes memories of 1944 when Kay was an heroic ambulance driver and Helen was Kay's girlfriend, before Kay introduced her to her ex-lover Julia. Viv had an illegal abortion, funded by Reggie, and, after she needed hospital treatment, Kay saved her from prosecution by claiming she was a married woman who had miscarried. Three years earlier Kay and Julia are still an item and Viv meets unhappily married soldier Reggie on a train...
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