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I Know What I'm Doing (2013)

June Bennett goes to Yorkshire to marry one of the richest men in Britain. Despite being twice her age, she knows what she is doing.

Director:

Robbie Moffat

Writers:

Marla Lerwin (additional dialogue), Robbie Moffat
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Credited cast:
Emily Bergl ... June Bennett
Jonathan Hansler ... Geoffrey Howden
Suzanne Kendall ... Briley Howden Watts
Felix Pring Felix Pring ... Major Price
Darren Sean Enright Darren Sean Enright ... Stanley Claxton
Jon-Paul Gates ... Thorpe
Nicola McAdam Nicola McAdam ... Shelley Fenton
Robert Blackwood Robert Blackwood ... Robert Bennett
Paul Cassidy ... Brandon Yates
Beatrice Curnew Beatrice Curnew ... Caroline Carew
Amy Dawson Amy Dawson ... Beatrice Carew
Howard Corlett ... Herbert Carew
Chris Bearne ... Gordon Bennent
Sharon Craig Sharon Craig ... Rosamund Bubwith
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Peter Brad-Leigh Peter Brad-Leigh ... Vicar
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June Bennett goes to Yorkshire to marry one of the richest men in Britain. Despite being twice her age, she knows what she is doing.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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This is a remake of I Know Where I'm Going! (1945). See more »

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An American outdoing the English in arrogance
12 November 2014 | by bob-158-706946See all my reviews

Emily Bergl has come a long way from Carrie 2. In I KNOW WHAT I'M DOING she still has her mischievous smile but she's now a grander lady, with grand notions of what she wants. She turns in a superb performance as June Bennett, the prissy American marrying a man twice her age in exchange for a life of convenience and comfort. However, she doesn't want a meal- ticket, she is still capable of doing a hard day's work, and she is no push over. To the English she is bossy and difficult, but in contrast, she manages to make the English appear stuffy and rigid. It is a good conflict that propels the movie along its quaint path. The support cast are all lovable, but it is Miss Bergl who steals the show with her splendid detachment that outdoes the English in arrogance. Very entertaining.


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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

6 December 2013 (Monaco) See more »

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Palm Tree Productions See more »
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