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1992-02-27T00:00:00Z
Howards End

Howards End

DVD • February 27, 1992  • 2h 22m • PG • Budget $8M • Box Office $26,126,837
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A saga of class relations and changing times in an Edwardian England on the brink of modernity, the film centers on liberal Margaret Schlegel, who, along with her sister Helen, becomes involved with two couples: wealthy, conservative industrialist Henry Wilcox and his wife Ruth, and the downwardly mobile ... More
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Other Titles: ハワーズ・エンド
Sub Genres: sister sister relationship, based on novel or book, sibling relationship, early 1900s, edwardian england, wealthy family, turn of the century, english country side, london england, working class, sister, class differences, empowerment, upper class, Reference To Ludwig Van Beethoven, Burning A Letter, Looking At The Stars
Release Date: Theatre 02/27/1992, DVD 11/03/2009, Theatre US 08/26/2016
Country: US
Box Office: $26,126,837 (Foreign)
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May 11, 2018 - by Karan Kaushal
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having read e.m. forster's novel of the same name, i was excited for this movie, especially seeing the cast and it being a merchant-ivory production. the film is quite different than the novel, but in quite subtle ways. for instance the schlegel sisters aren't portrayed as the classic liberal intellectual characters that they are in the film as well as they were in the novel. also, the character of leonard isn't developed nearly enough in the film. my primary gripe in comparing the two works is that the key moments of the novel do not ultimately translate well to the big screen, the resulting... read more
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there are a couple great performances from emma thompson and vanessa redgrave alongside a strong turn from anthony hopkins and helena bonham carter. unfortunately, despite the performances and a few great moments, it is a rather dull film. the pacing is glacial and the melodrama isn't big enough to really draw my interest. the plot is solid and it is a well shot film with a strong score, it just doesn't come together as interesting in execution. i felt similarly about a room with a view, so i think the issue lies with james ivory as a director and the remains of the day may be the exception... read more
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