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  • When Im 64 – Gay Themed

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    3.00/5
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    If you are interested in watching the entire movie you can download it over here :
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    ‘When I’m 64′ is an unconventional but touching story with its theme of ‘it’s never too late’. All the threads of the story are brought together effectively and carefully whilst its potentially controversial scenes are handled with sensitivity. I find it hard not to like Jim and Ray nor to wish them the best of luck. It deserves to be called a classic.(This is part of the review Taken from IMDB by juho69)

    Hope you enjoy it! :)

    If you are interestedyou can find over here the english translation of this beautiful song :

    Speak More Softly
    Speak more softly
    As they can easily make out what we’re saying
    The world isn’t ready for your tender words
    The world isn’t ready for us
    It would simply say that we’re crazy
    Speak more softly, but speak once more
    About a crazy love, about a strong love
    Speak more softly
    As they can easily find us
    You know very well
    That they will never want to understand
    What’s in our hearts I, I had found that which the world refused to give us
    Speak more softly, but speak once more
    About a crazy love, about a strong love
    Speak more softly
    As they can easily make out what we’re saying
    You know very well that we have nothing waiting for us
    From those singing songs

    If you want to read the complete review :
    (Review Taken From IMDB)Awakening in autumn
    by juho69
    I watched ‘When I’m 64′ out of curiosity. I was attracted by the preview of this drama about the friendship of two older men. As I was not certain if I would be in that evening, I recorded it. I am so glad that I did!

    London taxi driver Ray (Paul Freeman) is in his middle sixties and a widower. He has two grown-up children and grandchildren but grieves deeply still for his wife. One day, he is called out to a private school to collect newly-retired bachelor school master Jim Bryant (Alun Armstrong). The two men’s lives are destined to change for ever.

    At first sight, they seem to have little in common. Ray is a former football hooligan, tattooed, with a London accent who spends his free time down the pub with his mates. Jim is a well-spoken, well-educated public school teacher who collects stamps. Gradually, however, as their friendship grows, they find life opening up windows of opportunity for them in ways they never could have imagined.

    The story is structured well as it charts the development of Ray and Jim’s relationship from professional to something closer. The rounded characterisations of the two leads, coupled with the appearance of their families and friends, reveal to the watcher what has made the two men how they are, who and what has brought them to this stage in their lives. Good use of settings helps convey the contrasting lifestyles of the characters.

    Don’t claim to own any of the material used to make this music video.
    *Just Having Fun*

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