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Drama, Period and Historical
A dark, brooding drama about a young man called Philip in charge of a large country estate in Cornwall who is visited by his guardian’s widow Rachel. Convinced she had something to do with his guardian’s death, Philip is determined to enact his revenge and yet can’t help being attracted to her disarmingly mysterious ways. An adaptation of British writer Daphne Du Maurier’s book of the same name, the film plays with Philip and Rachel’s point of view as it explores ideas of suspicion and the lines between guilt and innocence, love and infatuation.
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11+ years 123 mins
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11+ years 118 mins
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11–16 years 89 mins
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