|Dark Obsession 1989 NC-17, 85 min.|
Director: Nick Broomfield
Cast: Gabriel Byrne, Amanda Donohoe, Struan Rodger, Douglas Hodge, Peter Sands, David Delve, Michael Hordern, Ian Carmichael, Judy Parfitt, Ralph Brown
Following a night of revelry, a drunken Sir Hugo (Gabriel Byrne) is responsible for a hit-and-run car accident. The four witnesses take a vow of secrecy to protect Hugo from the law in this story depicting the British "upper-crust" as those who do all the proper things in public but sink into lives of deceit in private.
|Middlemarch 1994 TV, 375 min.|
Director: Anthony Page
Cast: Juliet Aubrey, Douglas Hodge, Trevyn McDowell, Robert Hardy, Rufus Sewell, Patrick Malahide, Peter Jeffrey, Michael Hordern, Caroline Harker, Clive Russell, Jonathan Firth, Judi Dench
The BBC TV presented this miniseries based on George Eliot's classic novel, which is set in the English festival town of Middlemarch just before the Industrial Revolution during the 1830s. The lives of Dorothea Brooke (Juliet Aubrey), the Rev. Edward Casaubon (Patrick Malahide), Dr. Tertius Lydgate (Douglas Hodge), and Rosamond Vincy (Trevyn McDowell) interweave in the midst of social and political reform.
|1. Dark Obsession (1989)|
2. Middlemarch (1994)
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