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DVD Extras: Specially recorded interview with Richard Armitage, Commentary on Episodes 1 & 4 with Kate Bartlett, Brian Percival and Sandy Welch, Deleted Scenes & Production Notes
North & South's two leads are both very good, though Armitage's brooding, penetrating performance may very well be considered a classic one day. There are other wonders in the cast: Cusack and Pigott-Smith are superb, and Brendan Coyle is memorable as a firebrand union organizer who ultimately becomes an ally to a softening Thornton. The miniseries script by Sandy Welch is a persuasive mix of historical context and character study. Brian Percival's direction is full of moments that linger in the imagination, such as the winter-dream look of a busy cotton mill, with thousands of snowy fibers floating in the air.--Tom Keogh, Amazon.com
This was a gift for my Mum which she loved She had seen it before on TVPublished 17 days ago by M.L.B.
A very good mini series.
Even though it is a romantic movie, the characters are interesting in many other ways than their relation to the main plot, the romance. Read more
I'm a sucker for period drama - the book is wonderful and any BBC adaptation is very acceptable in my eyes.Published 22 days ago by D. Peacock
I do like this movie. I read the book and I do prefer the changes made on this adaptation of the book. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Sandra Benavides