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I recently watched the Netflix version (does anyone know if it was edited a lot...curious...never saw full mini series on TV)and really enjoyed it. This is a must see. I found this to be one of the most romantic and endearing stories about respect, love, loyalty and the sanctity of marriage. These days portrayed in the story are long gone and they will never return. The cast did an incredible job: Donald Sutherland and Diane Lane were amazing together! Sutherland plays a Southern gentleman/heal/charmer and after reading the book there is no one that I can imagine in that role but he. Diane Lane, Cicely Tyson, Anne Bancroft, lets not forget Blythe Danner who in my opinion stole every scene she was in! Incredible cast, amazing storyline it was a joy to watch and made me want to read the book. I read the book to get some detail and to see if there were any signifigant differences and there is so much detail and some differences but the mini series really took the basics and created a visual masterpiece from an incredible story. I recommend seeing it twice because there are some scenes where it is hard to understand due to the Southern Drawl accents and what-not. Now that I think about it why a 9 instead of a 10? I may have decided that there were some scenes that could have been left out but for the most part I was really enjoying myself.
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