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This entertaining story, from an early novel by Henry James, takes place in a New England Arcadia that stands for everything beautiful, pure and good. Into this Eden come a sophisticated brother and sister who turn up unexpectedly on the doorstep of their staid American cousins, the Wentworths. The fortune-hunting Eugenia (Lee Remick, Days of Wine and Roses) and her high-spirited brother Felix (Tim Woodward, K-19: The Widowmaker) turn this puritan world upside down. The film concludes with three betrothals like a Mozart opera. But Eugenia has been too clever, and must return to Europe as empty-handed as she came. Filmed on location against a stunning backdrop of New England landscapes, The Europeans attracted a raft of prestigious nominations, including an Oscar® nomination for costume designer Judy Moorcroft.
Not that good. A bit like the Bostonians starring Vanessa Redgrave, only worsePublished 3 days ago by LoXx
Have just watched this delightful film on TV and had to buy the DVD straightaway, (for my wife, who will also love it). Read morePublished 22 months ago by Robert
This has arrived safely and has been put away as a gift for someone else so I have no idea how it is in use.Published on 5 Sept. 2013 by Mrs. E. A. Brockway
Interesting period piece. Y Merchant and Ivory...lovely locations in New England, lovely costumes and excellent acting.
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A classic production starring Lee Remick... a much missed actress who captured the Henry James style to perfection. A detailed production and a film to enjoy over and over again.Published on 17 April 2012 by pianojan
First of all, I am a fan of films similar to this and didn't watch it expecting a chick flick. However, the story was so slow that I almost gave up, it didn't seem to ever go... Read morePublished on 10 Jan. 2008 by jenny