We Think the World of You

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Released 1988

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We Think the World of You

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Director:
Colin Gregg
Released:
1988
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We Think the World of You is a British film directed by Colin Gregg. The film is set in the 1950s and revolves around the relationships between four characters; they are main character Johnny (Gary Oldman), Johnny's best friend and ex-lover Frank (Alan Bates), Johnny's wife Megan (Frances Barber), and his beloved dog, Evie. We Think the World of You begins with Johnny being sentenced to jail and forced to leave Evie with his parents and Frank. Frank enjoys caring for the dog immensely, but he suspects that Johnny's parents are neglecting and abusing Evie. A major theme of the film is the competition between Frank and Megan to earn bi-sexual Johnny's affection. Evie, quite unexpectedly, sets a series of events in motion that result in each of the characters moving in a direction that suits their lives best. The screenplay for We Think the World of You was adapted from the novel by J.R. Ackerley.

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