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A Village Affair (1995)

Not Rated | | Drama, Romance | TV Movie 17 April 1995
Alice has married the rich but boring Martin. When they move to a small village Martin starts flirting with Clodagh, but she is more interested in his wife Alice.

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Alice Jordan
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Clodagh Unwin
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Martin Jordan
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Anthony Jordan
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Sir Ralph Unwin
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Cecily Jordan
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Lady Unwin
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Peter Morris
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Lettice Deverel
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Richard Jordan
Heather Canning ...
Elizabeth Meadows
Dariel Pertwee ...
Juliet Dunne
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Gwen
Sophie Walker ...
Michelle
Sandra Voe ...
Mrs. Finch
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Alice and Martin Jordan and their three children move into their new home in a small village. They're a happy family even if Alice finds her mother-in-law Cecily Jordan, a well-known and much published author on English gardens, somewhat overbearing. She was also once an avid painter but hasn't worked on any pieces for some time. They soon learn that there are few secrets in a small village but they find it amusing, if anything. They are soon invited to dinner by Sir Ralph and Lady Unwin and there meet their daughter Clodagh who has recently returned home after some scandal in New York. Alice and Clodagh are soon lover's and when Martin's brother Anthony comes to visit, he is the first to realize what is going on. The village is soon abuzz with rumors. Written by garykmcd

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Joan Sims was originally cast in the part of Lettice Deveral but had to withdraw from the film when she fractured a rib after falling from a bicycle whilst rehearsing a scene. The part was recast with Rosalie Crutchley. See more »

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15 September 2002 | by See all my reviews

I too love this movie. But after reading the book I see how this movie could have been so much better. If you can get the book and read it. It is excellent. You get more background of the characters. The book is written by Joanna Trollope. She is an English writer.


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