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Four in the Morning1965

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It is a moment before dawn and the river traffic on the Thames begins to ease its way through the fog. The River police find the body of a young girl left dry by the ebb tide. Her body is brought ashore and her possessions examined. Who is she? And what drove her to take her own life? For the young married couple (Judi Dench and Norman Rodway), love brought them together but now marriage and a child have driven them apart. The young husband would rather stay out than return home to a wife kept awake by a teething baby daughter. Their story is witnessed by their friend (Joe Melia), a bachelor, who is exposed as the loneliest of them all.

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For this performance, Judi Dench was awarded the "Most Promising Newcomer to Leading Film Roles" at the BAFTA Awards in 1965.


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If you're in the mood for a very dreary and depressing take on marriage and love relationships that don't have any hope this movie is for you.

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One Lady'r hair was longer?

I just watched "Four in the Morning" and I would recommend it to those that are awed by the bittersweet drama life is for us all.

Still trying to figure out what tied it together. Anyway, the John Barry score showed how he used those same themes in his James Bond efforts.