Say Hello to Yesterday (1971) - Rotten Tomatoes

Say Hello to Yesterday (1971)





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Jean Simmons is a housewife on a brief shopping trip to London. A young, unemployed lout (Leonard Whiting) who, seeing her on the inbound train, sets his sights on her, and tries to get a response from her as he chases her all over town. At one point desperate, he steals her purse so that he will be the one chased. Eventually, he breaks down her reserve and they are able to meet properly, converse, and get to know one another. A romantic energy has developed in their relationship as the unlikely twosome joins together briefly. ~ Clarke Fountain, Rovi


Ben Aris
as Floor Walker
Geoffrey Bayldon
as Estate Agent
James Cossins
as Policeman
Roy Evans
as Father's Friend
Derek Francis
as Park Keeper
Ronald Lacey
as Car Park Attendant
Peter Stephens
as Businessman
Constance Chapman
as Boy's mother
Richard Pescud
as Labor Exchange official
Evelyn Laye
as Woman's Mother
John Lee
as Woman's Husband
Jack Woolgar
as Boy's Father
Nora Nicholson
as Aged Lady
Jimmy Gardner
as Balloon Seller
Carla Challoner
as Au Pair Girl
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Critic Reviews for Say Hello to Yesterday

All Critics (2) | Top Critics (1)

Neither morals nor messages nor an iota of credibility can be found in this frenetic, pretentious pap.

October 1, 2019 | Full Review…

This is not Alvin Rakoffs feature directorial debut, but his command of the film language and of his performances is still remarkable for its time.

January 10, 2020 | Full Review…

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