|Directed by||Richard Eyre|
|Produced by||Simon Perry|
|Written by||Maggie Brooks|
|Music by||Dominic Muldowney|
|Distributed by||Orion Classics (US)|
Loose Connections is a British film starring Stephen Rea.
A feminist travels through Europe with a male chauvinist.
- Stephen Rea as Harry
- Lindsay Duncan as Sally
- Jan Niklas as Axel
- Carole Harrison as Kaya
- Gary Olsen as Kevin
- Frances Low as Larie
- Ken Jones
Three quarters of the budget came from the NFFC with the rest coming from Virgin Films.
The film was not released in New York until 1988. The New York Times said "Nothing happens in Loose Connections that isn't announced ahead of time, but the movie is very decently acted by Mr. Rea and especially by Miss Duncan... The film... is bright, articulate, gentle and completely unsurprising."
- The Italian connection Malcolm, Derek. The Guardian (1959-2003) [London (UK)] 7 July 1983: 11.
- New York Times review
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