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Two Gentlemen Sharing

Film boasts a solid and well-chosen cast, strong physical values for such a medium-scaled item, and a racial story [from a novel by David Stuart Leslie] delivered with unhysterical acumen and, at times, with considerable barbed humor.

With:
Robin Phillips Judy Geeson Esther Anderson Hal Frederick Norman Rossington Rachel Kempson

Film boasts a solid and well-chosen cast, strong physical values for such a medium-scaled item, and a racial story [from a novel by David Stuart Leslie] delivered with unhysterical acumen and, at times, with considerable barbed humor.

The two ‘gentlemen’ who share the London pad in question are a young white ad exec with a liberal outlook and a certain disgust – or mistrust – for his middle-class background, and a black lawyer with a youthfully unblunted hope of making a go of things in his profession on his own merits.

Robin Phillips has just the right naive physique as the well-meaner who bears the major brunt of film’s thematics and manages to convince as the white member of the temporary duo, while Hal Frederick is generally very good.

Two Gentlemen Sharing

UK

Production: American International. Director Ted Kotcheff; Producer J. Barry Kulick; Screenplay Evan Jones; Camera Billy Williams; Editor Derek York; Music Stanley Myers; Art Director Ken Bridgeman

Crew: (Color) Extract of a review from 1969. Running time: 106 MIN.

With: Robin Phillips Judy Geeson Esther Anderson Hal Frederick Norman Rossington Rachel Kempson

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