In this British drama, a vicar fights damning allegations of sexual harassment by a teenage boy. But when the boy’s lie is substantiated by a respected woman enamored of and rejected by the clergyman, the vicar’s faith is tested to its limits.
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Edna writes: Anthony Quayle could rival James Mason for wooden acting any day and he shows it from frame #1. Cliff Richard's film singing debut is utterly laughable, as indeed is his entire career - but he was very pretty in those early days, unlike now when he looks like a wrinkled prune. Interesting shots of 50s cars enliven the screenplay. Two stars (I am being generous mainly because Andrew Ray was a cutie).