Johnnie Byrne is a member of the British Parliament. In his 40s, he's feeling frustrated with his life and his personal as well as professional problems tower up over him. His desires to win the next election are endangered by his constant looking for love and he is faced with the choice of giving up a career in politics or giving up the woman he loves.
It Scorches With All the Intensity of Truth
5 July 1961 (West Germany)
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Also Known As:
Den yparhei agapi gia sena
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(Westrex Recording System)
Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?
Johnnie is frequently referred to as a back-bencher. Front-benchers, who sit on the first of the long benches in the House of Commons, are members of the Cabinet. Back-benchers are those who sit on any of the other benches; they are simply Members of Parliament and have no other position. See more
The on street interview that Finch's character gives to a news film crew has somewhat different wordage (clearly from another take, that would not have happened with a news crew) when seen broadcast later on a television in a pub. See more
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