The Barbara Taylor Bradford trilogy that began with "A Woman of Substance", ends with this epic tale. Paula O' Neill feuds with her cousins as she fights to save her grandmother's business, and struggles to salvage her marriage.
Twenty eight years ago, Barbara and Larry were college lovers and Laurie was conceived. They were unmarried, young and afraid and decided to put her up for adoption. She now returns to ... See full summary »
Millions adored Daphne Fields, for she shared their passion, their pain, their joy, and their sorrow. America's most popular novelist remained a closed book. She hides many secrets. The ... See full summary »
Charlotte marries John. Things seem ok; John has a good job and he's going up in the world, working for the government. But every so often he loses his temper and Charlotte gets the brunt ... See full summary »
Four-part, four-hour follow-up to A Woman of Substance (1984) with Deborah Kerr, now playing Emma Harte at age eighty in the last winter of her life and dealing with her granddaughter Paula... See full summary »
Kate is a high-powered, workaholic executive who discreetly takes time off from her work to live with her artist friend Holly, who reveals she has terminal cancer which leaves her with only... See full summary »
When her husband becomes ill with heart problems, Joanne Tilford reluctantly returns to her family after a six-year stay in a mental institution. Her children are strangers to her and the ... See full summary »
I liked this movie,wagner is at her best,she looks gorgeous as always and is convincing in the role.The plot has lots of twists and turns especially the final scenes. My only couple of complaints is that as is often the case wagner is not always totally convincing in the love scenes - or maybe the director called"cut" too soon. Next I found the running time of the film a bit long and finally victoria Tennant's acting left a lot to be desired,found her screen presence boring and with as much sex appeal as 2 week old stale bread. Fortunately just about any movie with Lindsay in is at the very least above average and this is no exception - my rating 8 out of 10.
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