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The film is set in and shows the way of life of English aristocrats, gathered for pheasant shooting and general self-indulgence. Their way of life is contrasted with the Μινόρε Της Αυγής - Γιώργος Νταλάρας - Σαν Τραγούδι Μαγεμένο - Αναφορά Στο Ρεμπέτικο rural poor, who serve as 'beaters', driving the game for the aristocrats to shoot.
In the autumn ofa large party of guests gather at the estate of Sir Randolph Nettleby James Mason and his wife Minnie Dorothy Tutin for a weekend of shooting. Over the next few days two of the guests, Lord Gilbert Hartlip Edward Fox and Lionel Stephens Rupert Frazerengage in an escalating contest over who can shoot the most game. Hartlip is a renowned sportsman threatened by Stephens's skill, while Stephens is anxious to impress his sweetheart, the married Olivia Judi Bowker. All of the characters' personal tensions reach their breaking-point when one Shooting Party - Shooting Party (File the party is killed accidentally on the final day of shooting, leading the Album) to reconsider their relationships.
In the closing scene credits reveal the members of the shooting party who would later be killed in the First World War. There is a general feeling of the end of a way of life,  as the characters go about their lives unaware of the coming war World War I and the changes it will bring.
Released posthumously, this is the last film appearance by James Masonwho plays Sir Randolph Nettleby, the local landowner who has something of the old values.
Edward Fox as Lord Gilbert Hartlip represents the newer types who don't have the Shooting Party - Shooting Party (File solid beliefs: he gets into a competition over who is the best shot, despite his host's disapproval. According to the DVD extras documentary, on the very first shoot of the very first day of filming, all the male lead actors, Shooting Party - Shooting Party (File Paul Scofield who was playing Sir Randolph Nettleby, were to come into shot on a horse-drawn shooting-brake driven Album) the well-known film horse-master George Mossman.
However Album) they turned the first corner, the brake-plank that Mossman was standing on broke in two and Mossman was hurled forward and down falling between the sets of wheels, taking the reins with him.
Rupert Frazer admitted that he was the first to jump off, landing safely, Shooting Party - Shooting Party (File bruised. Now out of control, the horses turned to the right when confronted by a stone wall causing the shooting-brake to roll completely, catapulting the actors into a pile of scaffolding that had been stacked next to the wall.
Robert Hardy stood up and realised to his amazement that he was unhurt. He looked across to see Edward Fox stand up, "turn completely green and collapse in a heap". He had broken five ribs and his shoulder-blade. He then noticed that Shooting Party - Shooting Party (File Scofield was lying very still on the ground, "and I saw that his shin-bone was sticking out through his trousers". Album) the film takes place in October due to the partridge-shooting season, the filmmakers had to make a choice to either delay filming for a year, or re-cast.
The film was shot at Knebworth House in Hertfordshire. The film was reviewed positively by the critic Pauline Kael. A late bloomer he was born Shooting Party - Shooting Party (FileBridges goes beyond being pictorial and literary.
He sharpens the novel's wry observations on the Edwardian era and at the same time infuses a sensuous sweetness into the material. On television, a novel like The Shooting Party would be a six-part series, full of longueurs. Here, after we've met the key members of the party, the film puts us among actions and conversations going on simultaneously. And as the events become more intense Bridges picks up the pace and tightens the film's emotional hold on us.
Actresses Album) as Cheryl Campbell and Judi Bowker make a stronger impression in their brief screen time than they do in their much longer stints on TV. Cheryl Campbell is at one moment a pert-faced, nosy gossip, and at the next a tantalising sensualist being caressed by her own long, wavy blond hair. It's a quicksilver performance that recalls Joan Greenwood at her most seductive.
And Judi Bowker as the guileless Lady Olivia, the wife of thick-headed Lord Lilburn Robert Hardylooks at the camera with a direct gaze that makes her seem infinitely beautiful. When the tall, slim young barrister Lionel Stephens Rupert Frazerdeclares his love for her, you think, Of course — how could he look into her clear eyes and not imagine depths of mystery? From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the film. For the novel it is based on, see The Shooting Party Colegate novel.
Memorable TV. Archived from the original on 27 July Retrieved 6 August Album) Elegiac in tone and full of muted browns and greens The Shooting Party captures the period beautifully, showing the class divide which World War One helped to break down some.
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