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The Forsyte Saga - Series 2: To Let (2 disc set) (2003)

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Director:

Andy Wilson

Starring:

Damian Lewis, Rupert Graves, Laura Main, Olivia Lumley, Richard Hope, Leader Hawkins, Amy Ginsburg Harvey, Chris Hannon, Bella Hamblin, Nicholas Gecks, Terence Mann, Sarah Mennell, Brian Southwood, Sally Sheridan, Hugh Sachs, Jowanna Rose, Malcolm Raeburn, Toby Parkes, Martin Oldfield, Jimmy Nickerson, Nicholas Fry, Maggie Fox, Amanda Root, Gillian Kearney, Beatriz Batarda, Oliver Milburn, Michael Maloney, Alistair Petrie, Lee Williams, Emma Griffiths Malin, Ben Miles, Amanda Ryan, Anthony Edridge, Wendy Craig, John Catterall, Aimee Brigg, Alan Bird, Ann Bell, Geoffrey Banks, Julian Ovenden, Gina McKee

Genres:

Drama, Great Literature on Film, Period Drama, Romantic Drama, Television, UK Premier

Origin:

United Kingdom

Certificate:

M

Languages:

English

Running Time:

270 min

The Forsyte Saga - Series 2: To Let  (2 disc set)

synopsis


To Let Continues the powerful story of the Fosyte Saga, a bitter legacy of power, money, love and betrayal. It is twenty years since Queen Victoria died and while Soames Forsyte struggles with the spirit of the social revolution following WW1, his daughter Fleur is falling in love. With no knowledge of the feud that has split the Forsyte family for decades, Fleur is determined that nothing will stand in her way for her love for Jon. But the acrimony between Soames and Irene has not faded with the years, and it is not long before the shadow of the past falls darkly upon the present, with tragic consequences. Chartting the Forsyte dynasty at the height of the Edwardian Era into the modern age, the Forsyte Saga pains a fascinating picture of early twentieth century London society. Protected from the realities of social turmoil through their class and wealth, the Forsyte family's survival is equally threatened by its own greed and jealousies

 
 

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