The Dresser

Albert Finney and Tom Courtenay star in this compelling study of the intense relationship between the leader of a British touring stage company and his dresser. The action of the film takes place as Sir (Finney) prepares for his two hundred and twenty-seventh peformance of King Lear. This is a film rich in comedy, compassion and love for the theatre.

Year: 1983
Genre: Queer Cinema
Country: UK
Director: Peter Yates
Starring: Albert Finney, Tom Courtenay, Edward Fox
Duration: 118 Minutes
Rating: R13 - Contains coarse language.
Location in store: Queer Cinema



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