19th-century Boston woman dedicated to the suffrage movement, meets a faith healer's daughter, a Mississippi lawyer also has eyes for the young woman. Written by
Joyce Kavitsky <Kavitsky@erols.com>
A BEAUTIFUL FILM . . . An intimate and exquisite probe of the feminist heart. [Australia Theatrical]
Did You Know?
In the last scenes, a female journalist is introduced, by the name of Henrietta Stackpole, a character not in The Bostonians, but borrowed from another James novel, The Portrait Of a Lady. See more
After a title card has advised us we are in New York City in l876, Olive Chancellor writes a check for Mr. Tarrant, dated Septmber 13, 1875. See more
It's a pity you can't say "damn".
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