1hr 32mins
Dir: Michael Radford
Starring: Asia Argento and Rupert Everett

A London schoolteacher begins an affair with an Italian jewel thief known only as ‘B. Monkey’

This crime drama opens with a number of randomly brief shots of the London Underground network that feature deep-level tube stock and a surface train of C stock. There is also a later scene filmed onboard a 1992-built Waterloo & City Line train which sees Rupert Everett leave the train at Bank station. A brief sequence at London Waterloo International has a Class 373 ‘Eurostar’ set in evidence, which is followed by a short scene filmed onboard one of the trains, and there is a later shot of the frontage to Chiswick Park Underground station at night with a District Line train of D78 stock passing on the viaduct behind. Finally, there is a shot early on in the film of the frontage to an office block opposite Battersea Power Station. An EMU can be seen reflected in the windows as it passes across the viaduct in front of the building though it is rather indistinct.

A tube train arcs as it passes a crossover somewhere on the London Underground system
A train of C stock passes beneath a bridge. Believe it or not, this appears to be one of the three girder bridges between Paddington and Westbourne Park.
Rupert Everett running for a train on the Underground. This is part of the vast subterranean network of corridors and cross-passages that form the complex at Bank station.
Rupert Everett on platform 24 at London Waterloo, one of five platforms at the station that formed part of the International terminal for Eurostar services. A Class 373 dual-voltage EMU stands in the curved platform with a power car visible at the rear.
Asia Argento remains seated as this Waterloo & City Line train pulls into Bank. Rupert Everett is standing at the door. This is a fairly rare glimpse of the original NSE-style interior to the 1992-stock built for the line.
Chiswick Park station on a rainy night with a District Line train visible in the middle distance on the right