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The Lady and the Duke (L'anglaise et le duc)

Rating:PG-13 (for some violent images)
Genre:Drama
Release Date:May 10, 2002
Running time:125 minutes
Cast:Lucy Russell, Jean-Claude Dreyfus, François Marthouret, Léonard Cobiant, Caroline Morin
Director:Eric Rohmer
Producer:Francoise Etchegaray
Writer:Grace Elliott, Eric Rohmer
Distributor:Sony Pictures Classics

Web Site: http://www.sonyclassics.com/ladyandtheduke/flashwebsite/ladyandtheduke.html

Description: The true story of Grace Elliott, a beautiful royalist Englishwoman living perilously in France during the Revolution, and her sometimes affectionate, sometimes tempestuous relationship with Philippe, Duke of Orleans, a cousin of King Louis XVI but nonetheless a supporter of revolutionary ideas. The Lady manages to persuade the Duke to rescue an outlaw, but fails to keep him from voting for the King's execution.

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