Passed | | Drama, Romance, War
The triumps and tragedies of two English families, the upper-crust Marryots and the working-class Bridges, from 1899 to 1933 are portrayed.
In one of the many chapters presented in the film, there's a section dedicated to the sinking of Titanic. Coincidence or not, but this movie and Titanic, directed by James Cameron have a lot in common: both were winners of the Best Picture, Best Director and ... ...
There should never be any good reason for neglecting someone that you love.
A lady at this time never smoked in public. Diana Wynyard lights a cigarette in the train station and very graciously gives it to a wounded soldier, something a lady of that time would not have done.
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