Middlemarch film Product Information
|Category||Dramas DVDs, Television/TV Series Movies, Romance Videos, Series, British, Based On A Novel|
|Starring||Rufus Sewell, Juliet Aubrey, Julian Wadham, Michael Hordern, Patrick Malahide, Simon Chandler, Douglas Hodge, Jonathan Firth, Peter Jeffrey, Robert Hardy, Trevyn McDowell, John Savident|
|Director of Photography||Brian Tufano|
|Producer||Michael Wearing, Louis Marks|
|Screenwriter||Andrew Davies, Stanley Myers|
Middlemarch movie was released Apr 19, 2005 by the Warner Home Video studio. Juliet Aubrey, Patrick Malahide, Douglas Hodge, and Rufus Sewell star. Set at the start of the Industrial Revolution in 19th-century Great Britain, this epic follows the loves, lives, politics, and adventures of those living in Middlemarch.
Middlemarch review Product Description
A BBC/WGBH production dramatizing George Eliot's saga of English society at the verge of the Industrial Revolution Middlemarch video. Dorothea Brooke falls in love with the young cousin of her deceased husband, but she can't marry him without forfeiting her inheritance Middlemarch film. ...See Full Description
Middlemarch movie Customer Reviews
||Must see Middlemarch!|
Wonderful production, there are no bad actors in Middlemarch. Each gives a stellar performance, that weaves the characters within the story, to end in a dramatic conclusion.
By robertah47 (Wadley, Georgia, USA)
||Extremely Well Done|
Middlemarch DVD for sale All star cast brings this English classic alive. Even though the original book is a bit thick, this was wrapped up quite nicely!
By Anastacia (Spokane, WA USA)
||in depth, ditch the kids and the husband to view|
Most of us woman can relate no matter what age. I just wacked the wretch in my life, and glad I did.
By bischoff (spokane,wa)
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Middlemarch video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6821890|
|Studio||Warner Home Video|
|Release Date||Apr 19, 2005|
Middlemarch DVD Features
19th century Great Britain. The Industrial Revolution brings both the promise and fear of change. In the provincial town of Middlemarch, the progressive Dorothea Brooke desperately seeks intellectual fulfillment in a male-dominated society and is driven into an unhappy marriage to the elderly scholar Casaubon. No sooner do they embark on their honeymoon than she meets and develops an instant connection with Casaubon's young cousin, Will Ladislaw. When idealistic Doctor Lydgate arrives, his new methods of medicine sweep him into the battle between conservatives and liberals in town. He quickly becomes enamored of the beautiful, privileged Rosamond Vincy, a woman whose troubles seem bound to destroy him.
Source: Warner Home Video
Full Frame - 1.33