The Romantic Englishwoman (Blu-ray) Blu Ray

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Superbly acted drama adapted by Tom Stoppard in which Lewis (Michael Caine) suspects that his wife Elizabeth (Glenda Jackson) must be having an affair. Frustrated with her husband’s jealous attempts to manipulate her Elizabeth decides to confirm Lewis’s suspicions by embarking on a steamy affair with a handsome young German Thomas (Helmut Berger) who claims to be a poet but is in fact a drug dealer... Features: ♦ First ever UK Blu-Ray release! ♦ Extras include a recent appreciation and interview with glenda jackson ♦ Starring... multiple Oscar award winners Glenda Jackson and Michael Caine ♦ Directed by two time BAFTA nominee Joseph Losey ♦ This star studded cast also features Golden Globe nominee Helmut Berger ♦ Timeout London ***** star review [show more]

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16 November 2015
Blu Ray 
Odeon Entertainment 
112 minutes 
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Please note this is a region 2 Blu-ray and will require a region 2 or region free Blu-ray player in order to play. Michael Caine and Glenda Jackson star in this psychological drama adapted from the novel by Thomas Wiseman. Whilst suffering with writer's block, successful novelist Lewis Fielding (Caine) suspects his discontented wife Elizabeth (Jackson), who is holidaying alone in Baden Baden, of having an affair. Frustrated with her husband's jealousy and attempts to manipulate her, Elizabeth confirms Lewis's suspicions and embarks on a steamy affair with handsome young German Thomas (Helmut Berger), who claims to be a poet but is in fact a drug dealer. Fact and fiction grow evermore entwined when, after Elizabeth's return to England, Lewis invites Thomas into his home to ask for his thoughts on the screenplay he is trying to write. It isn't long before Thomas is not only Lewis's technical advisor but also an integral part of the plot... Actors: Michael Caine, Glenda Jackson, Helmut Berger, Marcus Richardson, Kate Nelligan Directors: Joseph Losey Language: English Number of discs: 1