A fresh look at the classic novel by E.M. Forster. This new interpretation of the novel, by award winning writer Andrew Davies (Bleak House, Pride & Prejudice) is framed poignantly by Lucy's nostalgic return to Italy after the First World War. Starring a line up of fresh British talent including, Timothy and Rafe Spall as Mr Emerson and his son George, Elaine Cassidy as Lucy Honeychurch, and Laurence Fox as Lucy's arrogant suitor Cecil.
A good retelling of the story from a different slant.Published 13 months ago by St. Stephen of Southview.
This is the latest version of the film and I have only just discovered it. The music was beautiful and caused me to re run the scenes several times. Read morePublished on 20 April 2012 by K. SIMPSON
It doesn't seem fair to compare this with the MI production, which is so completely wonderful in every way. Read morePublished on 20 May 2011 by Malinky
Interesting film version of the well known novel. Definitely not at the same level of the previous Ivory's version.Published on 11 Oct. 2010 by Boso Alfredo
Arrived on time and in perfect condition.
Have seen this on TV,great,and I wanted a permanent record of this film
Excellent! A slick and easy to follow version of possibly his most enjoyable work.The main positives over the Helen B/C version is that it cuts out most of the tedium- despite the... Read morePublished on 20 Nov. 2008 by Robert J. Price
I really liked the idea of this, to do something non-Merchant Ivory with a Forster novel adaptation. Read morePublished on 30 Jun. 2008 by La Vinny