Criterion Collection

Age Of Innocence/Dvd, Criterion Collection, DVD

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Academy Award Winner, Alan D'Angerio, Alec McCowen, Alexis Smith, Alisa Lepselter, Allen Weisinger, Amy Marshall, Anastas N. Michos, Barbara de Fina, Bobby Mancuso, Brian Davies, Brian Fitzsimons, Bruce Pross, Bruce S. Pustin, Carl Sprague, Carolyn Farina, Catherine Scorsese, Charles Scorsese, Cindy Katz, Claire Bloom, Clement Fowler, Criterion Collection, Dan Davis, Daniel Day-Lewis, Dante Ferretti, Dave Weinman, David M. Dunlap, Dennis Gamiello, Domenica Cameron-Scorsese, Domenica Scorsese, Drama, Edith Wharton, Elaine Bass, Ellen Lewis, Elmer Bernstein, Emilie A. Bernstein, Enya, Eugene Gearty, Florian Ballhaus, Frank Kern, Gabor Kover, Gabriella Pescucci, Geraldine Chaplin, Hal Levinsohn, Henry Fehren, Howard Erskine, James Mazzola, James Sorice, Jay Cocks, Jean-Michel Hugon, Jeff Mazzola, Joanne Woodward, Joe Burns, Joel Hirsch, Joel Holland, John McLoughlin, Jonathan Pryce, Joseph P. Reidy, June Squibb, Kevin Sanders, Larry McConkey, Manlio Rocchetti, Mark Ginsberg, Marko A. Costanzo, Martin Scorsese, Mary Beth Hurt, Michael Ballhaus, Michael Condro, Michael Gough, Michael Hyde, Michael Kriston, Michele Giordano, Michelle Pfeiffer, Miriam Margolyes, Movies, Movies & TV › Movies, Norman Lloyd, Patricia Dunnock, Philippe Turlure, Randy Sokol, Richard E. Grant, Rick Butler, Robert J. Franco, Robert Sean Leonard, Robert Stromberg, Robin Standefer, Ron Petagna, Ronnie Specter, Saul Bass, Sian Phillips, Skip Lievsay, Speed Hopkins, Steven Visscher, Stuart Wilson, Suki Buchman, Susan E. Fiore, Suzana Peric, Syd Dutton, T.J. O'Mara, Terry Cook, Thelma Schoonmaker, Thomas Barbour, Thomas Gibson, Tim Monich, Tod A. Maitland, Tom Fleischman, Tracey Ellis, W.B. Brydon, Winona Ryder, Zoe

Martin Scorsese directs this lavish filming of Edith Wharton's classic novel set against the backdrop of New York society of the 1870s. Aristocratic lawyer Newland Archer (Daniel Day-Lewis) questions his wedding plans when he falls for fiancée May Welland's (Winona Ryder) cousin-the beautiful Countess Olenska (Michelle Pfeiffer)-an American fleeing her disastrous marriage to a European nobleman. With Miriam Margolyes, Geraldine Chaplin, Michael Gough, Richard E. Grant. 138 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English. Two-disc set.

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