Catherine Cookson's The Man Who Cried
Catherine Cookson's The Man Who Cried ★★½ The Man Who Cried 1993
Abel Mason (Hinds) is an unhappily married man with a vindictive wife (Walsh) and a young son he's desperate to provide for. When an affair with a married woman ends in murder, Mason and his son travel in search of a new life. Desperate for a home, Mason enters into a bigamous marriage with a widow—only to find himself falling in love with her sister. Based on the novel by Catherine Cookson. Set in the years between England's depression and WW2. 156m/C VHS, DVD . GB Ciaran Hinds, Amanda Root, Kate Buffery, Angela Walsh, Daniel Massey; D: Michael Whyte; W: Gordon Hann; C: Fred Tammes; M: Richard Hartley. TV
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