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In 1923 London, socialite Clarissa Dalloway's well-planned party is overshadowed by the return of an old suitor she had known 33 years earlier.

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Mrs. Clarissa Dalloway
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Young Clarissa
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Peter Walsh
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Young Peter
Sarah Badel ...
Lady Rosseter
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Young Sally
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Richard Dalloway
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Young Richard
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Hugh Whitbread
Hal Cruttenden ...
Young Hugh
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Septimus Warren Smith
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Rezia Warren Smith
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Lady Bruton
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Sir William Bradshaw
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Lady Bradshaw
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Elizabeth Dalloway
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Miss Kilman
Amanda Drew ...
Lucy
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Aunt Helena
John Franklyn-Robbins ...
Lionel, Clarissa's Father
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Herbert
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Joseph Breitkopf
Janet Henfrey ...
Miss Pym
Polly Pritchett ...
Nursemaid
Jane Whittenshaw ...
1st Woman by Lake
Susie Fairfax ...
2nd Woman by Lake
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Evans
Hilda Braid ...
Woman in deckchair
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Man in deckchair
Fanny Carby ...
Singer
Denis Lill ...
Doctor Holmes
Richard Stirling ...
Receptionist
Neville Phillips ...
Mr. Wilkins
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Lord Lezham
Kate Binchy ...
Ellie Henderson
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Professor Brierly
Jack Galloway ...
Sir Harry Audley
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Prime Minister
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Lady Bexborough
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Mrs. Hilberry
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Willie
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Oscar Pearce ...
Bookshop Assistant (uncredited)
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Reggie (uncredited)

Directed by

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Marleen Gorris

Written by

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Eileen Atkins ... (screenplay)
 
Virginia Woolf ... (novel)

Produced by

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Christopher Ball ... executive producer (as Chris J. Ball)
Stephen Bayly ... producer
Simon Curtis ... executive producer
Hans de Weers ... co-producer
Paul Frift ... associate producer
Lisa Katselas ... producer (as Lisa Katselas Paré)
Bill Shepherd ... executive producer
William Tyrer ... executive producer

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Ilona Sekacz

Cinematography by

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Sue Gibson ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Michiel Reichwein

Editorial Department

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Nienke de Wit ... post-production assistant (as Nienka De Wit)
Mark Lane ... assistant editor
Gerrit Netten ... assistant editor
Bert Nijdam ... post-production coordinator
Jonathan Sales ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Celestia Fox

Production Design by

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David Richens

Art Direction by

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Nik Callan
Alison Wratten

Set Decoration by

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Carlotta Barrow
Jeanne Vertigan

Costume Design by

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Judy Pepperdine

Makeup Department

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Jane Body ... hair stylist
Tricia Cameron ... hair artist / makeup artist
Christine Greenwood ... hair artist / makeup artist
Joan Hills ... chief hair designer / chief makeup designer
Maureen McGill ... hair artist / makeup artist
Elizabeth Moss ... hair artist / makeup artist
Maggie Webb ... hair stylist supervisor / makeup supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Sara Desmond ... second assistant director
Emma Griffiths ... third assistant director
Susie Liggat ... first assistant director
Emma Pounds ... second assistant director
Richard Whelan ... assistant director

Art Department

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Mark Bailey ... standby stagehand
James Fennessy ... scenic painter
Tony Ferguson ... dressing propman
Hugh Fottrell ... stand-by propman
David Gray ... construction manager
Micky Green ... dressing propman
Bert Habicht ... dressing propman
Colin Harris ... property buyer
Freddie Harrison ... property master (as Freddy Harrison)
Iain Hill ... construction manager
Bill Howarth ... stand-by painter
Maurice Jones ... property master
John Lawrence ... stand-by carpenter
Adam Marshall ... stand-by art director
Nic Pallace ... stand-by art director
Jim Parker ... dressing propman
Sara Partis ... art department assistant
Martin Phipps ... stand-by rigger
Gino Risi ... stand-by propman
Peter Risi ... stand-by propman
Ken Robins ... stand-by propman
Glenn Taylor ... stand-by carpenter
Linda Ward ... stand-by art director

Sound Department

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Stephen Gilmour ... assistant sound
Peter Glossop ... production sound mixer
Nick Meijer ... adr editor
Shaun Mills ... boom operator
Marc Nolens ... sound editor
Herman Pieëte ... foley mixer
John Pitt ... boom operator
Wim Post ... dubbing mixer
Ad Roest ... dubbing mixer
Brian Simmons ... sound mixer
Wiebe van der Vliet ... assistant sound editor (as Wiebe Van Der Vliet)
Marie-Jeanne Wyckmans ... foley artist

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John Horton ... special effects

Stunts

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Andreas Petrides ... stunt arranger

Camera and Electrical Department

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Paul Borg ... gaffer
Richard Broome ... key grip
Steve Burgess ... focus puller
Shaun Cobley ... camera trainee
Gary Colkett ... electrician
Ian Foster ... camera operator
David Hughes ... best boy
Roberta Parkin ... still photographer
Steve Pattenden ... electrician
Ronnie Savory ... electrician (as Ron Savoury)
Bill Thornhill ... best boy (as Billy Thornhill)
Alf Tramontin ... steadicam operator
Jon Wood ... clapper loader
Joe Wright ... clapper loader

Casting Department

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Ray Knight ... extras casting (as Ray Knight Casting)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Jill Avery ... costume assistant
Jane McDonagh ... costumer: Cosprops
Michael Price ... assistant costume designer
Christopher Prins ... costumer: Cosprops
Adrian Simmons ... costume supervisor
Alyson Smith ... costume assistant

Location Management

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Jeanne Ferber ... location manager
Jilly Greenham ... assistant location manager
Stephen Lawrence ... location manager
Susan Mather ... location manager

Music Department

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Dick Bakker ... conductor
Geert De Bruin ... recording engineer (as Geert De Bruijn)
Fred Dekker ... manager: Metropole Orchestra
Hugh den Ouden ... music supervisor

Other crew

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Danielle Brandon ... production coordinator
Tony Coroon ... production accountant
Pete Daly ... unit publicist (as Pete Daly dda)
Anthony Davies ... script consultant to the director
Elizabeth Hurley ... assistant accountant
Kate Jones ... floor runner
Sue Lefton ... choreographer
Nigel Marchant ... production runner
Sue Matthews ... assistant to producers
Paola Minazzato ... script supervisor
Sarah Morrell ... assistant: Bill Shepherd / runner
Duncan Rodger ... accounting assistant
Danuta Skarszewska ... script supervisor
Maria Slough ... production executive
Jane Summers ... unit nurse
Becky Symons ... assistant to director

Thanks

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James Ivory ... special thanks
Ismail Merchant ... special thanks
Simon Perry ... special thanks
Tony Pierce-Roberts ... special thanks
Robin Sales ... special thanks
Maria Uitdehaag ... special thanks

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Plot Summary

London, summer 1923. Clarissa, MP Richard Dalloway's wife, sets out on a beautiful morning; she's shopping for flowers for her party that evening. At the same time Septimus Warren Smith, a young man who survived the battlefields of Europe, is suffering from a nightmarish delayed-onset form of shell-shock. Clarissa's nearly-grown daughter is distant, and preoccupied. In the course of one day, Peter, Clarissa's passionate old suitor, returns from India and is invited to her party; Septimus commits suicide; Clarissa relives a day in her youth (and her reasons for her choice of a life with the reliable Richard Dalloway). Written by Eileen Berdon

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Also Known As
  • Mrs. Dalloway, de Virginia Woolf (Spain)
  • Oi anamniseis tis kas Dalloway (Greece)
  • Doamna Dalloway (Romania)
  • La signora Dalloway (Italy)
  • Mrs. Dalloway (Portugal)
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  • 97 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia The dress the young Clarissa wears the night of the boat outing is a replica of the dress in the John Singer Sargent painting "Lady Agnew of Lochnaw". See more »
Goofs In the flashback scenes with the younger actors, Peter is slightly taller than Clarissa. When they dance together at the party, he is considerably shorter than her. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Palmetto/Senseless/Dangerous Beauty/Mrs. Dalloway/Nil by Mouth/Live Flesh (1998). See more »
Soundtracks Time for Old Time See more »
Quotes [When a guest at her party starts to laugh]
Mrs. Dalloway: [thinking] Oh, it's not a failure after all.
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