Neil Jordan's The End of the Affair, based on Graham Greene's novel about the collision of adulterous love and Catholic faith, is set in London, 1946, with flashbacks to the war years. It was, says director of photography Roger Pratt, a time of light deprivation. "I was born in 1947, so what I remember is a bit after the war," he says. "We used to have one light on in the middle of the room, and that was about it. People would switch off lights quickly to save money: When you went into a ...

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