Ladies in Lavender
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Literature for
Ladies in Lavender (2004) More at IMDbPro »

Printed Media Reviews
Calmant, Servane. "Ladies in Lavender *". In: "MAD", (Belgium), 6 July 2005, Pg. 6, (MG)
Gentele, Jeanette. "Njutbart engelskt tantsnask (4/6)". In: "Svenska Dagbladet" (Sweden), 15 September 2006, (NP)
Gillespie, Eleanor Ringel. "For acting with flair, there is nothing like two Dames". In: "The Atlanta Journal-Constitution" (Atlanta, GA, USA), Atlanta Newspapers, Vol. 57, Iss. 161, 10 June 2005, Pg. e7, (NP)
Schaller, Nicolas. "Les dames de Cornouailles". In: "Première" (Paris, France), Hachette -Filipacchi Médias, February 2006, Pg. 55, (MG), ISBN 03993698
Schwarzbaum, Lisa. "Ladies In lavendar: Two dames are better than one in this precous British drama (B-)". In: "Entertainment Weekly" (USA), Vol. 820, 20 May 2005, Pg. 53, (MG)

Original Literary Source
Locke, William J.. "Ladies in lavender", from book of short stories "Faraway stories". (England), 1916, (BK)

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