Middlemarch Movie Review 1993

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Stylish British TV costume drama, adapted from George Eliot's 1872 novel, finds idealistic Dorothea Brooke (Aubrey) determined to be a helpmate to the older scholar, the Rev. Edward Casaubon (Malahide), whom she marries. Too bad that he takes so little interest in her ability (or in Dorothea herself). This leads Casaubon's distant cousin, young and handsome Will Ladislaw (Sewell), to discreetly make his interest clear. Naturally, Eliot has a number of other plots (some dealing with the impact of the Industrial Revolution on 19th-century life) and romances worked into the mix. Filmed in Stamford, England. On three cassettes.


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Available on VHS
Running time 360 minutes.
Originally from British.

Cast and Crew

Romantic Drama, Books to Film: George Eliot, Period Piece: 19th Century, Books to Film: George Eliot
Andrew Davies, Stanley Myers
Juliet Aubrey, Patrick Malahide, Rufus Sewell, Douglas Hodge, Trevyn McDowell, Michael Hordern, Robert Hardy, John Savident, Jonathan Firth, Peter Jeffrey, Simon Chandler, Julian Wadham
Brian Tufano
Anthony Page
Louis Marks, Michael Wearing, BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation)

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