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  1. Room at the Top

    Aug 23, 2023 Full Review Melissa Anderson 4Columns One of the bleakest movies I know, Room at the Top also ranks among the sultriest: a wildfire smoldering in a desolate landscape. Director Jack ...

  2. 'Room at the Top': An Affair to Remember

    Simone Signoret and Laurence Harvey in the 1959 British film "Room at the Top," directed by Jack Clayton. Park Circus/Photofest. A brash working-class bloke gets a new job in a new town, wages ...

  3. Room at the Top (1958)

    Led by Signoret, Harvey, and a stellar cast of British actors, this old-style black-and-white film with the rapid-fire pacing and wrenching emotional ending rises to the top as one of the great cinematic experiences of the second half of the twentieth century. 6/10. Not Larry Harvey's finest hour dear.

  4. Room at the Top

    Full Review | Sep 14, 2021. Melissa Anderson 4Columns. TOP CRITIC. One of the bleakest movies I know, Room at the Top also ranks among the sultriest: a wildfire smoldering in a desolate landscape ...

  5. Room at the Top Movie Review

    In ROOM AT THE TOP working-class accountant Joe Lampton (Laurence Harvey) moves to the northern English town of Warnley to take on a new job and build a new life.His ruthless ambition to rise in class and social status leads him to target a local millionaire's young daughter, Susan (Heather Sears).While aggressively attempting to woo her, he has an affair with a married French woman, Alice ...

  6. Room at the Top (1959 film)

    Room at the Top is a 1959 British drama film based on the 1957 novel of the same name by John Braine.It was adapted by Neil Paterson (with uncredited work by Mordecai Richler), directed by Jack Clayton (his feature-length debut), and produced by John and James Woolf.The film stars Laurence Harvey, Simone Signoret, Heather Sears, Donald Wolfit, Donald Houston, and Hermione Baddeley.

  7. Room at the Top

    1959. Not Rated. Continental Distributing. 1 h 55 m. Summary An ambitious young accountant plots to wed a wealthy factory owner's daughter, despite falling in love with a married older woman. Drama. Romance. Directed By: Jack Clayton. Written By: Neil Paterson, John Braine, Mordecai Richler.

  8. ‎Room at the Top (1959) directed by Jack Clayton

    But with Room at the Top I was surprised. This is a great movie! Thoroughly engaging with its plot involving romance and love triangles, and beautifully acted and scripted. If you're into classic films, this is for you. It captures the essence of black and white films from the 50s and 60s. Laurence Harvey carries the film with ease and ...

  9. Room at the Top

    Room at the Top, based on John Braine's best-selling novel, is an adult, human picture. Neil Paterson's literate, well-molded screenplay is enhanced by subtle, intelligent direction from first ...

  10. Room at the Top (1959) REVIEW

    Released to Blu-ray this week by Studio Canal's Vintage Classics label is the feature that effectively gave birth to the British film industry's New Wave period of the 1960s, Jack Clayton's 1959 movie Room at the Top, starring Laurence Harvey and Simone Signoret.The opening shot of Harvey's threadbare socks as he sits, momentarily shoeless, in one of British Rail's less than ...

  11. Room at the Top Review

    Room at the Top Review. Joe Lampton arrives in the thriving Yorkshire town of Warnley and sets out to elevate his social status by seducing wealthy industrialist's daughter Susan Brown. However ...

  12. ROOM AT THE TOP (1959)

    Yes, as a sequel five years later would make clear, life is indeed cold at the top. Kino Lorber's presentation of a 2K restoration brings Room at the Top to its best version yet on Blu-ray. Included is another insightful commentary from Kat Ellinger, who ruminates at length on the film's dramatizing of British society after the second world ...

  13. Room at the Top (1958)

    Summaries. An ambitious young accountant plots to wed a wealthy factory owner's daughter despite falling in love with a married older woman. The English factory town is dreary but Joe Lampton has landed a job with a future. To have something to do at night, he joins a theatrical group. His boss's daughter Susan is playing ingenue roles on stage ...

  14. Room at the Top (1959)

    Room at the Top (1959) deserves its reputation as one of the British cinema's most important films: It launched England's British New Wave, made Laurence Harvey a star, and broke new ground in the depiction of sex on the screen. Skillfully directed by Jack Clayton, the film proved to be an international box office success and a major influence on British films of the next decade.

  15. Room at the Top (1959): Jack Clayton's Superb British Drama, Starring

    "Room at the Top" set the tone for the new British social-realist cinema of the late 1950s, luring adult viewers back into the movie theaters with its frank treatment of sexuality and candid dialogue. The movie broke new grounds in realistic conversation, sexual frankness (it received X-rating in the UK), and indictment of class-consciousness.

  16. Room at the Top (1959)

    Room at the Top is a film directed by Jack Clayton with Simone Signoret, Laurence Harvey, Heather Sears, Hermione Baddeley .... Year: 1959. ... National Board of Review: Top Best Foreign Language Films and Actress. 1959: New York Film Critics Circle: ... We are an independent movie lovers club worldwide with 950.000 users + 170.000.000 ratings ...

  17. Screen: 'Room at Top'

    THE cynical, disenchanted and footloose post-war youths of England, who justifiably have been termed "angry," never have been put into sharper focus than in "Room at the Top." The British-made ...

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  19. ROOM AT THE TOP

    Reviewed by Dennis Schwartz. One of the early British angry-young-man school of tense melodramas that time has rained on its parade and it seems less daring when viewed today, though it still has historical importance as a seminal British "kitchen sink" film. It takes pot shots at the following: the British class system, those who sellout ...

  20. Room at the Top (1959)

    Critics reviews. In post-war industrial Yorkshire, social climbing Joe Lampton aims to woo the boss's daughter as he attempts to reach the top of his profession. But when his working class background hampers his efforts, Joe seeks solace with the unhappily married Alice—an affair that will have dire consequences.

  21. Room at the Top (1958)

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  22. Room at the Top : Romulus Films : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming

    Room at the Top. Title: Room at the Top. Summary: An ambitious young accountant plots to wed a wealthy factory owner's daughter, despite falling in love with a married older woman. Directed by: Jack Clayton. Actors: Laurence Harvey, Simone Signoret, Heather Sears. Production Company: Romulus Films. Release Date: 22 January 1959 (UK)

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