A good friend sent me an SMS recommending to watch this film “No Night Is Too long” — the entire movie available in YouTube (chopped up in 11 parts) and Google Video (all-in-one). I have not seen it but seems a promising watch. Go grab it online and see if it is worth the bother. No Night is Too Long is a 1994 novel by British writer Ruth Rendell, written under the name Barbara Vine.
Plot summary: Set in Alaska and Suffolk, this story involves a brother (Ivo) and sister (Isabel), each of whom has a sexual relationship with Tim. When Tim meets Isabel, he does not realise that she is Ivo’s sister. Having left Ivo for dead on an Arctic island, Tim plans to return to Isabel, but, haunted by the belief that he has been responsible for Ivo’s death, he returns to the UK. Soon, he begins to receive anonymous letters making it clear that someone is aware of his crime. Eventually, Ivo turns up in person, having escaped from the island shortly after Tim abandoned him there. Ironically, on leaving Tim’s house, Ivo is murdered by a deranged drifter. At the end there seems to be some hope of Tim and Isabel rekindling their relationship.
The novel was dramatised by the BBC in 2002, starring Marc Warren as Ivo Steadman.
A teaser here, the Elevator Kiss scene:
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