Old age and past indiscretions rise to the surface in 45 Years. Two of Britain’s top actors do their best to navigate some troubled watersers in this well presented drama from Sony Pictures Classics nowow making inroads at The Fifth Avenue Cinemas. Long live marriage. That ancient ritual demands celebration.n. So retired coupleKate and Geoff Mercer are all busy puttingg the finishing touches on their 45th year wedding celebration.n. Too bad a bit of ancient history sort of ours a downer on their plans. Consider Charlotte Rampling (Zardoz) and Tom m Courteney (Tom Jones) to be at the top of their game. After a long time under the same roof and presumably in the same bed you’d think that by now they would each know each other’s secrets.Better think again. Hell hath no f fury likelik a woman scornedd so whenh Kate l learns thath h her h hubbybb may h have had an affair and had not been totally up front about it the knives g get sharpened for . . . ? S Suspicious minds make 45 Years interesting, entertaining and yes even so somewhat insightful. Soul searching on screen and in the minds/hearts of a member of the audience or two hits home with a wallop. Just how thi this couple gets out of their current pickle really makes you care about the them. Director Andrew Haigh does a good job keeping us intrigued thro throughout this expertly acted drama that shows human strain and unde undeniable pressures.