An extremely English story of adulterous love that devastates all involved, this adaptation of Graham Greene's autobiographical novel is the kind of movie that either makes you weep or laugh. You're the best judge of where you stand on love stories in
which people behave frightfully well while behaving badly. The year is 1939; England is at war, and ordinary lives are lived in the liberating shadow of death. Novelist Maurice Bendrix (Ralph Fiennes) falls in love at first sight with Sarah Miles (Julianne Moore) — the rub is her husband,
civil servant Henry (Steven Rea); a nice enough fellow, all wrong for Sarah but loyal, steady and trusting. When Maurice invites th...