Ever After - A Cinderella Story

Ever After - A Cinderella Story
Ever After - A Cinderella Story

Year

1998

Duration

116 minutes

Genres

Drama, Period and Historical, Romance

Language

English

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Synopsis

Draped in the lavish scenery of 17th century France, Drew Barrymore stars in this innovative re-telling of a much-loved fairytale. Keen to focus on a Cinderella with a post-feminist twist, director Andy Tennant dispenses with the familiar supernatural exploits here - that means no fairy godmother and instead empowers our heroine with forthright independence and noble ambition. With a prince bowled over by her charitable charm, the village looks set to receive a loving royal couple and a grand library to boot. A pair of meddling step-sisters ensure a climatic tussle to sabotage a particularly sentimental happy ever after.

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This film has a few uses of mild bad language.

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