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It Always Rains on Sunday PG

Part of Celebrating Film Noir. UK, 1947, Robert Hamer, 92m.

It Always Rains on Sunday is a dark and dramatic tale set in a bombed-damaged postwar East End London. The third film for Ealing by director Robert Hamer – better known for the later Kind Hearts and Coronets (1949), it takes place over one wet Sunday, and centres on the Sandigates – in particular Rose, played by Googie Withers, a housewife caught between her stable but loveless marriage and Tommy, a charismatic lover from her past (played by Withers’ soon-to-be husband, John McCallum.)

Googie Withers, Edward Chapman, Susan Shaw, Patricia Plunkett

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