The Dresser

  • 1983
  • 1 HR 58 MIN
  • PG
  • Drama

The head of a Shakespearean acting troupe touring England during WWII, "Sir" (Albert Finney) is a senile boozer who is looked after by his gay dresser, Norman (Tom Courtenay). In episodic fashion, the film reveals Norman's devotion to his employer and the complexities of the relationship between the two men of the theater. This adaptation of Ronald Harwood' more

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Having rescued lead actor and manager Sir (Albert Finney) from a senile episode, Norman (Tom Courtenay) prepares him and supporting actors (Michael Go (more…)

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