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The Wings of the Dove (1997) Poster

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The paintings Millie sees in the gallery with Merton and Kate are Gustav Klimt's "The Kiss" (1907), and Klimt's "Danae" (1907).
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Julianna Margulies was considered for the role of Kate Croy.
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Some of the distinctive pleated gowns worn in the Venice scenes are designed to look like gowns produced by the Italian designer Fortuny. Fortuny pleated gowns were popular among wealthy European women in the early 1910s for their simplicity, form-fitting design and Greco-Roman influences. The gowns in this film, however, were created by contemporary husband and wife team Charles and Patricia Lester, who create modern gowns with a similar pleat.
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Based on a novel by Henry James (1902) with the same name, in 1998 ranked 26th on the list of 100 best English-language novels of the 20th century by the Modern Library.
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The original Millie was a tribute to Henry James's niece Minny, who died of tuberculosis.
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