A Good Woman

Oscar Wilde once described his first big stage smash Lady Windermere's Fan as "one of those modern drawing-room plays with pink lampshades," but here in Mike Barker's crisp, slightly updated adaptation (the action is now set in 1930), those frilly drawing rooms have been traded in for the sumptuous villas of one of the world's most ideal locations: Amalfi,...read more

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  • Released: 2004
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: Oscar Wilde once described his first big stage smash Lady Windermere's Fan as "one of those modern drawing-room plays with pink lampshades," but here in Mike Barker's crisp, slightly updated adaptation (the action is now set in 1930), those frilly drawing… (more)

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