Separate Tables (1958)

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The stories of several people are told as they stay at a seaside hotel in Bournemouth which features dining at "Separate Tables."


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  • Gladys Cooper and Cathleen Nesbitt in Separate Tables (1958)
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  • David Niven and Wendy Hiller in Separate Tables (1958)
  • Rita Hayworth and Burt Lancaster in Separate Tables (1958)
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  • Deborah Kerr and David Niven in Separate Tables (1958)

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27 February 2018 | martindonovanitaly
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| Comfort Film
I don't know why, sometimes I think it may have to do with previous lives, otherwise why do I feel so comfortable within the discomforts of this English seaside hotel. But the fact is that, often, I want to put it on and sit at one of the tables myself. I believe that Terence Rattigan is the main reason. What a wonderful writer. Then, Gladys Cooper of course, how can such a perfidious mother be such a pleasure to watch? Maybe is that explosive combination of Rattigan/Cooper. Wendy Hiller in one of her few meaty roles in movies, she won an Oscar for it and every nuance, every look is worth pages and pages of exposition. Exquisite. Cathleen Nesbitt is a joy to behold. Deborah Kerr, David Niven who also won the Oscar for his sad impostor, Burt Lancaster and Rita Hayworth bring a dash of Hollywood to the grayness of Bournemouth. Okay, now, dinner is served. Don't let it get cold.

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