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A stolen kiss on the windswept moors...a glorious country house hiding terrible secrets...the witty banter that masks unspoken passion. Be transported to the romantic eras of Brontë, Austen, and more with this lush collection of award- winning dramas starring acclaimed actors.
Jane Austen's EmmaBeautiful, rich, and infuriating Emma Woodhouse (Kate Beckinsale, Underworld) meddles in other's romantic lives with unexpected results.
Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre A prim and principled governess (Samantha Morton, In America) falls in love with her brooding, mysterious employer (Ciarán Hinds, Game of Thrones).
The Woman in WhiteA disturbed woman holds a secret that could imperil the lives of two sisters. Starring Tara Fitzgerald (Brassed Off), Justine Waddell (Tess of the D'Urbervilles), and Andrew Lincoln (The Walking Dead).
The Lady's Not for BurningA beautiful woman accused of witchcraft (Cherie Lunghi, Horatio Hornblower) and a world-weary drifter (Kenneth Branagh, Wallander) are thrown together before their executions.
The Death of the HeartIn 1930s London, an awkward 16-year-old struggles to find herself through a disastrous love affair. Starring Robert Hardy (All Creatures Great and Small), Miranda Richardson (Sleepy Hollow), and Patricia Hodge (Miranda).
Jane Austen's Emma
Emma Woodhouse is beautiful, wealthy and determined to meddle in other people's lives. Her good intentions create unexpected results, especially where her own heart is concerned.
Approx. 111 min.
Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre
Plain, proper Jane Eyre survives a troubled childhood to become governess at Thornfield Hall. But the place is haunted by secrets, which complicate Jane's growing passion for her mysterious employer, Mr. Rochester.
Approx. 112 min.
The Woman in White
When drawing teacher Walter Hartwright arrives to tutor wealthy half-sisters Laura and Marian Fairlie, he's accosted by a raving woman in white. Her appearance casts a pall over Laura's engagement to Sir Percival Glyde and her accusations threaten the women's lives.
Approx. 116 min.
The Lady's Not for Burning
A war-weary drifter appears in a medieval town asking to be executed, but sparks fly when the beautiful Jennet seeks sanctuary from accusations of witchcraft.
Approx. 85 min.
The Death of the Heart
In 1930s London, an awkward 16-year-old girl struggles to fit in with her frosty upper-crust relatives. Their cruelty leads her into a ruinous love affair that cracks the elegant veneer of their polished lives.
Approx. 109 min.
|Run Time:||533 minutes|
|Starring:||Kate Beckinsale;Samantha Morton;Ciaran Hinds;Tara Fitzgerald;Justine Waddell;Andrew Lincoln;Cherie Lunghi;Kenneth Branagh;Robert Hardy;Miranda Richardson;Patricia Hodge|
|Number of Discs:||5|