Windom's Way DVD

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The brittle marriage of Alec and Lee Windom is on the verge of breakdown. With Alec working in a remote Asian village as a doctor and Lee back home in England the strain cannot continue. So Lee decides she will move to be with her estranged husband hoping to re-kindle their affections. However on arrival Lee realises that both their lives are in danger as local plantation workers and the authorities are clashing on an ever increasingly violent scale. The predicament the Windom's find themselves in strengthens their marriage but will they survive the escalating... conflict... [show more]

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Released
23 July 2007
Directors
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DVD 
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Runtime
104 minutes 
Features
PAL 
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5027626265243 
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Ronald Neame directs this tense 1950s drama about a marriage on the rocks. The brittle marriage of Alec Windom (Peter Finch) and his wife Lee (Mary Ure) is on the verge of breakdown. With Alec working in a remote Asian village as a doctor and Lee back home in England, the strain cannot continue. So Lee decides she will move to be with her estranged husband, hoping to re-kindle their affections. However, on arrival, Lee realises that both their lives are in danger as local rubber plantation workers and the authorities are clashing on an increasingly violent scale. The predicament the Windom's find themselves in may serve to strengthen their marriage, but will they survive the escalating conflict?