Henry Kent’s gallantry in the bedtime scene from Falling is akin to many displays of love on Valentine’s Day. Superficial, but romantic nonetheless.
On Amazon ‘golden eagle’ writes:
I have a difficult time imagining the reticent Foyle voluntarily using the word “ravish”. Henry Kent, on the other hand, proffers the word easily, guilefully.
Another difference between Foyle and Kent — the former wears pj’s to bed.
From the Facebook page of Barnoldwick and Barlickers Then and Now, Michael Kitchen and Penelope Wilton filming Falling on location at Greenberfield Locks:
From Burnley Express:
Actors Penelope Wilton and Michael Kitchen and a film crew arrived in Barnoldswick on Tuesday.
The canalside cottage had already been given a new look for their arrival, with weeds laid down outside to give an unkempt appearance to the property and changes made to rooms inside.
The doors were also removed to make it easier for the camera crews to work and a false window fitted so Michael Kitchen did not hurt himself when asked to put his fist through it as part of the script.
And from an interview with Penelope Wilton in The Stage:
Wilton recalls the hardships she and co-star Michael Kitchen had to endure while filming Falling, Andrew Davies’ adaptation of Elizabeth Jane Howard’s suspense novel.
“Andrew had the idea that it would be better to relocate it to Yorkshire. It looks glorious, I agree, and very autumnal but the weather was freezing. There are some scenes that are a bit too painful to think about – the ones where I’m standing around in light summer clothing, trying not to be seen to shiver. The main locations are around a cottage next to a canal, which looks idyllic, but in reality is was very cold and damp.”
Just reminding myself, after the last few posts, how irresistible Henry Kent can be when he sets his mind to it.
Seriously, who could resist that face! – pdx144
Just this one critic who I think needs to have his eyes examined!
Michael Kitchen not charming? Really? He needs his eyes and ears examined! Even when he’s playing killer roles, I’ve heard him called charming. – pdx144
Yep, Michael Kitchen and charm pretty much go hand in hand no matter what role he’s playing.
Henry’s sudden outburst reveals a crack in his veneer that shocks Daisy and her friends.
After two weeks of evidently mind-blowing sex, Daisy has fallen in lust, while Henry feigns modesty and continues his charade of being similarly lovestruck. Another complete conquest seems to be within his grasp.
Little wonder that Daisy was ‘barmy’ about Henry Kent. When he lays on that charm, he’s quite irresistible. Thanks for more wonderful pics.
Yes, and who better to play him than MK, who’s usually irresistible without even trying!
Gulp. Imagine waking up to this. Henry Kent is turned on by inciting sexual frustration in women, and as a result, we get Michael Kitchen making major bedroom eyes and suggestively bringing his hand under the covers.
Henry takes advantage of a moment when Daisy is particularly vulnerable to go in for their first kiss and is subsequently invited into her bed.
Falling is one of my very favorites. Why he hasn’t been given more awards just baffles me.
Could it be that those handing out awards are not too keen on honoring an actor who shuns publicity and probably couldn’t care less about awards?