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Here’s my latest review on the 1987 film adaptation of ‘Little Dorrit’, based on the novel by Charles Dickens. The 1987 film adaptation of ‘Little Dorrit’ is a two-part film. Each part is about 3 hours long, which makes this a 6-hour film altogether. You’ll probably want to spend two days watching this particular film. 🙂
The 1987 film adaptation of ‘Little Dorrit’ stars Sir Alec Guinness as William Dorrit, Derek Jacobi as Arthur Clennam and Sarah Pickering as Little Amy Dorrit. The film also features the likes of Cyril Cusack, Bill Fraser, Joan Greenwood, Patricia Hayes, Max Wall, Eleanor Bron, Sophie Ward, Roshan Seth, Miriam Margolyes, Pauline Quirke, Michael Elphick and Robert Morley. 1987’s ‘Little Dorrit’ is written and directed by Christine Edzard.
Please feel free to check out, read and comment on my new DVD review of ‘Little Dorrit’ (1987) by clicking on the link.
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