After his lover rejects him, a young man trapped by the oppressiveness of Edwardian society tries to come to terms with and accept his sexuality.

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Film Cast:

  • Maurice Hall: James Wilby
  • Clive Durham: Hugh Grant
  • Alec Scudder: Rupert Graves
  • Doctor Barry: Denholm Elliott
  • Mr. Ducie: Simon Callow
  • Mrs. Hall: Billie Whitelaw
  • Dean Cornwallis: Barry Foster
  • Mrs. Durham: Judy Parfitt
  • Anne Durham: Phoebe Nicholls
  • Lasker-Jones: Ben Kingsley
  • Hull: Julian Wadham
  • Simcox: Patrick Godfrey
  • Risley: Mark Tandy
  • Featherstonaugh: Matthew Sim
  • Kitty Hall: Kitty Aldridge
  • Ada Hall: Helena Michell
  • Pippa Durham: Catherine Rabett
  • Rev. Borenius: Peter Eyre
  • Archie: Michael Jenn
  • Chapman: Mark Payton
  • Mrs. Sheepshanks: Maria Britneva
  • Lady at Cricket Match: Helena Bonham Carter
  • Gladys Olcott: Serena Gordon
  • Barmaid: Harriet Thorpe
  • Guardsman: Breffni McKenna
  • Young Maurice: Orlando Wells
  • Hill: John Elmes
  • Dr Jowitt: Philip Fox
  • Matron: Phillada Sewell
  • Judge: Richard Warner
  • Mrs Scudder: Olwen Griffiths
  • Fred Scudder: Christopher Hunter
  • Mr Scudder (as Alan Whybrow): Arthur Whybrow
  • Undergraduate: Miles Richardson
  • French colleague: Jean-Marc Barr
  • Old Man on Train: Alan Foss

Film Crew:

  • Art Direction: Brian Ackland-Snow
  • Director: James Ivory
  • Director of Photography: Pierre Lhomme
  • Original Story: E.M. Forster
  • Producer: Ismail Merchant
  • Original Music Composer: Richard Robbins
  • Screenplay: Kit Hesketh-Harvey
  • Editor: Katherine Wenning
  • Location Manager: Maggie Parsons

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