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She had many lovers but only one love.

True story chronicle of the romance between painter Dora Carrington (Emma Thompson) and author Lytton Strachey (Jonathan Pruce) in 1910/1920s England.

Strachey - apparently a committed gay - travels to the south coast of England. Gazing from a window into the garden beyond - he is transfixed by a boyish figure whose golden bobbed hair catches firelights in the dying rays of the lowering sun - that figure turns out to be wild young painter Carrington. As they walk along the cliff-tops of the south coast, they hear the rumble of WWI guns in France and form a bond of deep affection that will mark their lives for the next seventeen years.


Winner of Best Actor (Pryce) and Jury Special Prize at the Cannes Film Festival 1995.

Drama, True Story


Rating: M contains offensive language

UK, France

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