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Lady Audley's Secret (2000)

Wealthy estate owner sir Michael Audley willingly marries a gold-digger, his only daughter Alicia's governess Lucy née Gray. Sir Michael's dashing, in-living orphaned nephew Robert 'Bob' ... See full summary »
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Neve McIntosh ... Lucy, Lady Audley
Juliette Caton ... Alicia Audley
Melanie Clark Pullen Melanie Clark Pullen ... Phoebe
Kenneth Cranham ... Sir Michael Audley
Steven Mackintosh ... Robert Audley
Jamie Bamber ... George Talboys
Bev Willis Bev Willis ... Duffield
David Glover David Glover ... Marriner
Paul Swinnerton Paul Swinnerton ... Luke Marks
Joy Merriman Joy Merriman ... Mrs Plowton
Angus Kennedy ... Southhampton Doctor
Malcolm Terris ... Captain Maldon
Veronica Clifford ... Mrs Clifton
Donald Gee Donald Gee ... Audley Court Doctor
Howard Crossley Howard Crossley ... Simpkins
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Wealthy estate owner sir Michael Audley willingly marries a gold-digger, his only daughter Alicia's governess Lucy née Gray. Sir Michael's dashing, in-living orphaned nephew Robert 'Bob' returns from an Australia gold rush adventure with his new best friend George Talboys, a young father who finds his wife died in their absence. Robert is instantly attracted to Lucy, who buries her past with George by leaving him drowning in a well. Maid Phoebe's boyfriend finds out Lucy's secret and blackmails her. Later Robert comes on the trace of the truth, while accepting to marry Alicia as Michael seems infertile. But after Robert tells Michael, the consequences and the extent of deception exceed their imagination. Written by KGF Vissers

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Awful
5 December 2002 | by 173961See all my reviews

As an adaptation of a pretty good novel, this film sucked. It was related to the novel in only the vaguest sense of the word. There were huge plot changes and one look at Lady Audley is enough to confirm to anyone who's read the book that Lady Audley was woe-fully mis-cast.

As a stand-alone film, it sucked. It was very boring - the structure made it impossible to feel any tension at the plot. It was confusing and slow. The writing was atrocious and laughable - over-the-top speeches and ham-acting.

I implore you - avoid this film at all costs.


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17 May 2000 (UK) See more »

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