Saraband

  • 1948
  • 1 HR 36 MIN
  • NR

This lush period piece garnished with lavish costumes and luxurious settings tells the story of a doomed romance between Greenwood and Granger. Forced into a marriage with a young prince, who soon becomes King George I of England, Greenwood leads a life of romantic disillusionment. Her heart is healed, however, when she falls in love with Granger, a Swedish...read more

Where to Watch

Available to Stream

  • Watch on
Rating:

This lush period piece garnished with lavish costumes and luxurious settings tells the story of a doomed romance between Greenwood and Granger. Forced into a marriage with a young prince, who soon becomes King George I of England, Greenwood leads a life of romantic disillusionment. Her

heart is healed, however, when she falls in love with Granger, a Swedish count. Their plans to flee are overheard by Robson, a jealous countess who is also Granger's former mistress. Robson informs the king of Greenwood's plan, and Granger is soon found dead. The film ends on a somber note as

Greenwood is sent to a remote castle to live a life of brokenhearted isolation. For fans of this sort of spectacle, SARABAND is one that will border on a teary-eyed experience. Ealing Studios, best known for its superb comedies, attempted to broaden its image with SARABAND. Not only is the film an

exercise in romanticism, it is also the studio's first color film.

<i style="">Homecoming</i>, <i style="">When They See Us</i>, <i style="">Tidying Up with Marie Kondo</i>, <i style="">Stranger Things 3</i>

The Best Netflix Originals of 2019

... so far

Cord-Cutting Guide. Credit: Robert Rodriguez / TV Guide

How to Cut Cable

How to stream the shows and sports you love

My News

Sign up and add shows to get the latest updates about your favorite shows - Start Now