In Roger Michell's Enduring Love - its title a reference not only to everlasting adoration, but also to physically and emotionally surviving love - this tragedy is the catalyst for Joe's uncomfortable encounter with Jed (Rhys Ifans), another unsuccessful hero from that fateful day who develops an unhealthy interest in the mild-mannered teacher. With disheveled blond hair drooping over his brow and clothes which look like they've been slept in, Jed is a creepy sort of chap, and it doesn't take long before his friendly entreaties to Joe transform into disturbing, obsessive pleas for love. Jed is from the Glenn Close school of affection, and Michell's adaptation of Ian McEwan's novel - after its entrancingly dreamlike opening passage - reveals itself to be a gay-themed Fatal Attraction in which homosexuality and deranged lunacy are treated as identical sides of the same coin. According to the film's distressingly antiquated morality, heterosexual commitment and parenting are good, adultery and stalking are bad, and when it comes to same-sex relations, the only tolerable reason for a man to kiss another man is as a clever ploy to murder him.
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