Never Ever (1996 film)

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Never Ever
Directed by Charles Finch
Produced by Mark Amin
Written by Charles Finch
Starring Sandrine Bonnaire
Jane March
Charles Finch
James Fox
Jean Rochefort
Julian Sands
Music by Peter John Vettese
Cinematography Monty Rowan
Edited by Chris Joyce
Distributed by Trimark
Release date
10 February 1998 (1998-02-10)
Running time
110 minutes
Country United States
United Kingdom
Language English / French

Never Ever is an independent film written and directed by Charles Finch, and starring Finch, Sandrine Bonnaire, and Jane March.

Plot[edit]

Finch and March play Thomas and Amanda Murray, a British couple who move to Paris, where Thomas gets a job working at a bank owned by Amanda's father, Arthur (James Fox). Amanda does not like Paris, and returns home to London. Thomas then meets up with a French woman named Katherine (Sandrine Bonnaire), and begins an affair with her.

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