So this movie can’t be rented, and the only way to see it is on Turner Classic Movies, and they show it about once a year, and this year it was on last Tuesday at 3"45. Since that wasn’t a good time, I set up the recorder. Two-hour tape. Movie a little bit longer, but just a little bit.
It started rewinding at the point where*
Yul Brynner has just let Deborah Kerr and Jason Robards go, and after a long look–one of those typical unrealistic movie exchanges–they start over the bridge.
So, does anything important happen after that? I realize this is kind of an obscure movie.
*Yes, I’m using a spoiler box to describe the events in a 50-year-old movie.