Christopher Menaul directed from a screenplay written by Jonathan Smith, based on his novel of the same name and set in pre-World War II England.
Cooper portrays painter Sir Alfred Munnings and his blue-blood best friend (Stevens). Both fall for the same aristocratic woman (Browning) with tragic consequences.
The film will be released beginning Jan. 7 on video-on-demand and digital platforms followed by a theatrical release beginning on Jan. 17. The film was released in the U.K. by Metrodome Distribution earlier this year.
- Dave McNary
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