Hudson accompanies James to a weekend party at a lavish country estate. While there, James renews his acquaintance with an old girlfriend, Lady Diana, and Hudson considers a job offer. watch
E.M. Forster's turn-of-the-century account of two sisters and their brother, living together in London, whose lives become entwined with a wealthy family. Many Oscar nominations including Best Picture!
Pivotal moment as Henry (Anthony Hopkins) reveals the death-bed instructions left by his wife, son Charles (James Wilby), his wife Dolly (Susan Lindeman) and daughter Evie (Jemma Redgrave) commenting, in the Merchant-Ivory adaptation of E.M. Forster's Howards End, 1992.
An Englishwoman visiting Florence is torn between her straitlaced fiance and a young Bohemian in the acclaimed Merchant-Ivory period drama A Room with a View (1985).
Rapid events as we meet Margaret (Emma Thompson) reading a letter from sister Helen (Helena Bonham Carter) to Aunt Juley (Prunella Scales) then return to the titular house where Paul (Joseph Bennett) revokes his promise, in Howards End, 1992, from Ismail Merchant and James Ivory.
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Touring Europe, Lucy Honeychurch meets free-spirited George Emerson. Returning home, she settles with the traditional Cecil Vyse until Mr. Emerson reemerges. Will she choose a safe, proper marriage to Cecil or the unpredictability of charismatic Emerson?
Nominated for 9 Academy Awards including Best Picture and Best Director and winner of three including Best Actress for Emma Thompson ("Love, Actually," "Primary Colors"). Personal and social conflicts are examined in the early days of Britain's strict class consciousness in this critically acclaimed adaptation of E.M. Forster's classic novel. An audacious and independent young woman of no means (Thompson) is seduced by a successful man whose intentions are not what they seem. Award-winning cast includes Academy Award-winners Anthony Hopkins ("Red Dragon," "Hannibal") and Vanessa Redgrave ("Girl, Interrupted," "Mission: Impossible"), Academy Award-nominee Helena Bonham Carter ("Big Fish," "Planet of the Apes"), Samuel West ("Van Helsing," "Notting Hill") and James Wilby ("Gosford Park," "Maurice"). Directed by Oscar-nominated James Ivory ("Le Divorce," "The Remains of the Day").
Lucy Honeychurch is, like all proper young British ladies, compelled to tour Europe in the company of an older chaperone -- in this instance, her spinster cousin Charlotte Bartlett. While in Italy, the ladies make the acquaintance of a wide variety of personalities; the most fascinating -- at least in Lucy's eyes -- is free-spirited George Emerson. Aware that her cousin is becoming too familiar with Emerson, Charlotte demands that Lucy return to England posthaste. Lucy complacently settles for the tiresomely traditional courtship of nerdish Cecil Vyse -- and then Mr. Emerson moves into the neighborhood. Lucy now finds herself on the horns of a dilemma: Should she opt for a safe, proper marriage to Cecil, or the bohemian unpredictability of the charismatic Emerson?
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