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The protagonist is Laura, a married woman with children, whose conventional life becomes increasingly complicated following a chance meeting at a railway station with a married stranger with whom she subsequently falls in love.
Brief Encounter premiered in London on 13 November , and was theatrically released on 25 November to widespread critical accclaim. The film is widely cited by film critics, historians, and scholars as one of the greatest films of all time. In , the British Film Institute ranked it as the second-greatest British film of all time.
In , a poll of actors, directors, writers, producers, and critics for Time Out had it ranked the 12th-best British film ever. Laura Jesson, a respectable middle-class British woman in an affectionate but rather dull marriage, tells her story while sitting at home with her husband, imagining that she is confessing her affair to him. Returning from one such excursion to Milford, while waiting in the railway station's refreshment room , she is helped by another passenger, who solicitously removes a piece of grit from her eye.
The man is Alec Harvey, an idealistic general practitioner who also works one day a week as a consultant at the local hospital. Both are in their late thirties or early forties, married, and with children although Alec's wife Madeleine and their two sons are unseen. The two accidentally meet again outside Boots the Chemist , and then on a third meeting share a table at lunch, then, both having free time, go to an afternoon performance at the Palladium Cinema.
They are soon troubled to find their innocent and casual relationship developing into something deeper, approaching infidelity. For a while, they meet openly, until they run into friends of Laura's, and the perceived need to deceive others arises. The second lie comes more easily. They eventually go to a flat belonging to Stephen, a friend of Alec's and a fellow doctor, but are interrupted by Stephen's unexpected and judgmental return.