The Woman in White Movie Review 1997

Information and Film Reviews for The Woman in White the Movie

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2.0 4.0 from 1 reviews

The happy hours half-sisters, outgoing Marian (Fitzgerald) and shy Laura (Waddell), spend with their eccentric Uncle Fairlie (Richardson) soon turn sinister when Laura is married off to the seemingly charming Sir Percival Glyde (Wilby). Sir Percival quickly appears to be conspiring with the suspicious Count Fosco (Callow) to take control of Laura's money. When Marian visits her sister, she's alarmed by Laura's decline and equally unnerved by the mysterious woman in white, Anne (Vidler), who seems to know Glyde and tries to warn the sisters of impending danger. Based on the novel by Wilkie Collins, who also wrote "The Moonstone."

Distribution

VideoPreview Collection, National Fulfillment Center, PO Box 4055, Santa Monica, CA 90405, Toll-free: 800-771-9232, Fax: (310)399-4844

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 120 minutes.
Originally from British.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Mystery & Suspense, Period Piece: 19th Century, Brothers & Sisters, Marriage, Books to Film: Wilkie Collins, Sanity Check
Screenplay
David Pirie
Cast
Tara Fitzgerald, Justine Waddell, James Wilby, Simon Callow, Ian Richardson, Andrew Lincoln, Susan Vidler, John Standing, Corin Redgrave
Director
Tim Fywell
Music
David Ferguson
Producer
Carlton Television

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