Not Rated | | Drama
Forced to retire from an English public school, an unpopular professor must confront his failure as a teacher and husband.
Anthony Asquith had wanted to make "The Browning Version" immediately after seeing it in the theatre in 1949. He struggled to find backers, as the general consensus was that the material was considered too downbeat.
I may have been a brilliant scholar, but I was woefully ignorant of the facts of life.