American Playhouse: Season 4, Episode 18

Three Sovereigns for Sarah: Part I (27 May 1985)

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This is a true story based on transcripts of the Salem Witch Trials. Sarah (Vanessa Redgrave) and her two sisters are put on trial for suspicion of witchcraft... See full synopsis »

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Mary Easty
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This is a true story based on transcripts of the Salem Witch Trials. Sarah (Vanessa Redgrave) and her two sisters are put on trial for suspicion of witchcraft... See full synopsis »

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1 September 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I had to watch this movie for school, and did not enjoy it at all. The basic plot was alright, but the execution, not so much. Some of the main actors were good, but many of the smaller parts were horrible. The editing was not good at all, many scenes were random and unnecessary, and the music was unfitting. Lots of scenes were drawn out extensively, making the movie almost 3 hours long, and some details were unclear due to lack of explanations. I am in high school, and this movie bored me out of my mind. I supposed it was good historically, facts were represented well and accurately, but I would not recommend it all the same.


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