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Directed by Christopher Hampton
Produced in 1995
Main Language - English
Countries & Regions - British Film
A drama revolving around the relationship between 20s artist Dora Carrington and writer Lytton Strachey. Quirky and funny, sad and tender, a key movie for Thompson fans.
Length: 117 mins
Aspect ratio: Widescreen
Format: DVD Colour
Released: 22nd September 2003
Cat No: 22425DVD
Subtitles: English HoH , German HoH, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Portugese, Greek.
- Languages: French - Dolby Stereo, Spanish - Dolby Surround..
by Anon on 14th March 2001
Rather than parade a potpourri of Bloomsbury notables, Hampton has decided to simply chart the tangled affair between artist and liberated woman, Dora Carrington, and ... Read on
Rather than parade a potpourri of Bloomsbury notables, Hampton has decided to simply chart the tangled affair between artist and liberated woman, Dora Carrington, and eminent Edwardian, Lytton Strachey. Indeed, there is a slightly elliptical quality about the whole production, looks and glances being emphasized as much as the dialogue in his script. It is as though this English heritage film, with its sexual repression, country houses and country clothes, was feeling its way ever so reservedly towards the thunderous refinements of The Piano. Michael Nymans score helps it along. Hide