I Capture The Castle

I Capture The Castle
I Capture The Castle

Year

2003

Duration

113 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

The Mortmain family live in a rambling house in 1930s England. They're an eccentric bunch, and 17-year-old Cassandra feels sidelined by her gorgeous sister Rose, her eccentric stepmother Topaz (a nudist) and her father James, who wrote a bestselling novel 12 years ago and has struggled to write anything since. The arrival of a new American landlord, Simon Cotton, along with his brother Neil, sends Rose into a frenzy and eventually leads Cassandra down her own road of discovery.

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This film contains infrequent mild language and sex references.

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