The Quiet Woman (1951)

  |  Crime, Drama

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Coastal pub proprietress is inveigled into a smuggling plot.


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6 January 2020 | CinemaSerf
| Not quite Daphne du Maurier, but passes an hour.
A young women takes over a quiet seaside pub and finds herself ensnared in a small-scale smuggling operation who use her inn as a store for their contraband. She gradually falls for one of the smugglers and has some high jinks as the excise men close in on them. Lots of scenic coastal photography and some Mendelssohn-esque music helps to enhance this pretty basic, and slightly too long story with Derek Bond and Jane Hylton in the lead. As with many of these cheap and cheerful little British films, Dora Bryan provides all the charisma. The film editor could maybe have done with a sharper razor blade, too.

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