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Title:
British Cinema Collection [videorecording DVD] : 8 Acclaimed Films.
Publication Information:
[United States] : Echo Bridge Home Entertainment, 2012.
Physical Description:
2 videodiscs (810 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
DVD format ; widescreen.
Contents:
A month by the lake My life so far The Englishman who went up a hill but came down a mountain The revenger's comedies Sweet revenge)

Restoration Mrs. Brown Her majesty, Mrs. Brown) Tom & Viv An ideal husband
Abstract:
These eight critically-acclaimed, award-winning films feature talented casts in riveting dramas and lighthearted comedies. From scandalous affairs to sidesplitting schemes, this collection includes some of the best of Miramax British cinema.

Restoration : Robert Merivel is a young man who seems to have everything ... until an affair leads to scandal, suddenly leaving him heartbroken and penniless.

An ideal husband : A politician's spotless reputation is threatened by a dark secret from his past.

A month by the lake : At a lakeside resort, an attractive older guest has her eye on a well-to-do bachelor.

My life so far : Young Fraser Pettigrew has always been an adventurous child. But with the arrival of his sexy French aunt, Heloise, Fraser enters a truly eye-opening summer of discovery.

The Englishman who went up a hill but came down a mountain : A young man offends an entire town by declaring their mountain -- a prized local landmark -- to be a hill.

The revenger's comedies (US video title: Sweet revenge) : A depressed businessman and a quirky aristocrat save each other's lives and then plot a devilish retaliation against those who drove them to the edge.

Mrs. Brown (US title: Her majesty, Mrs. Brown) : John Brown is a lowly servant who looks after Queen Victoria's horses. Yet when circumstances bring them together, the result is a passionate friendship.

Tom & Viv : A passionately rendered story about writer T.S. Eliot's turbulent relationship with his first wife, Vivienne.
Reading Level:
Rating: R; for sexuality.

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