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Mistral's Daughter

1984 3h 12m Drama Romance List
Reviews 71% Audience Score Fewer than 50 Ratings
Based on a novel by Judith Krantz. In 1925 France, a young woman and the artist for whom she is modeling fall in love. Read More Read Less

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Audience Member If you accept that its essentially a romance novel on mini-series steriods, you will appreciate above average work but a wonderful cast at the start/middle/end of their careers Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 01/30/23 Full Review Audience Member Here's a pulp mini-series fiction of the '80's with all that means. That said, a first-rate cast helps the story crescendo as the 8-hrs progress. And any film photographed in the Provence area of France gets an extra half-star, or more. Really good was seeing Carolyn Langrishe in a supporting role for the first time since the excellent television mini-series version of "Les Miserables" with Richard Jordan as father to Cosette. The sets & costumes here were top drawer; but the score tended to become repetitious and canned. In all though, a good yarn. The original interest in this film was Lee Remick, and she never disappoints. Ironically, her death scene would mirror her own not too many years later, and much too soon. The DVD interview with Keach is worth a look for his remembrance of things on set & behind-the-scenes. | ~ Norm de Guerre Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 02/18/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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Synopsis Based on a novel by Judith Krantz. In 1925 France, a young woman and the artist for whom she is modeling fall in love.
Director
Kevin Connor, Douglas Hickox
Genre
Drama, Romance
Original Language
English
Runtime
3h 12m