45 Years review – Tom Courtenay and Charlotte Rampling superb as couple freshly possessed by the past

In Andrew Haigh’s intelligent and moving drama, a retired husband and wife must rethink their whole lives together following the fallout from old news

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The terrifying persistence of the past is the theme, and the tendency of the past to seem so much more real and more vivid than anything in the present. The repressed returns – and makes the repressor look weak. This is the second time I have seen 45 Years since it made its bow at the Berlin film festival earlier this year, and it has grown in my mind, a commanding, contemplative movie from director Andrew Haigh, adapted by him from a short story by David Constantine.

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