Robert Rylands' Last Journey (1996)

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Loosely (and controversial) adaptation of the novel "All Souls" by Javier Marias. It tells the story of a Spanish professor at Oxford who witnesses the return of a very popular man there.

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27 July 2003 | davidcarbajales
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| Oxford will kill you
This movie is based on a novel by the Spanish writer Javier Marías, who refused the adaptation of his work "Todas las almas" ("All the souls"). After a long time, an old Oxford professor, Robert Rylands, comes back to the lives of Albert, his lover who was abandoned by him, and Albert's sister, who got pregnant of Mr. Rylands and her daughter is almost 10 years old. Albert is very ill and the ghosts of the past emerge to their lives and come to an end with the last journey of Robert Rylands.

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