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James Ivory directs this sensitive film about the love relationship between two men who meet studying at Cambridge in 1910. Based on the novel by E.M. Forster which was published after his death. The love that dare not speak its name is now a movie. With James Wilby, Hugh Grant, Rupert Graves, Denholm Elliott and Ben Kingsley.

Year: 1987
Genre: Drama, Queer Cinema, EM Forster
Country: UK
Director: James Ivory
Starring: James Wilby, Hugh Grant, Denholm Elliott
Duration: 134 Minutes
Rating: R13
7.7/10
Location in store: Queer Cinema

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