Gone With The Wind

Gone With The Wind
Gone With The Wind

Film Details

Year

1939

Duration

211 minutes

Genres

Romance

Language

English

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Synopsis

One of the most famous love stories ever told, set against the vivid backdrop of the American Civil War. Scarlett O'Hara enjoys an idyllic upbringing on a plantation in the Deep South - but her life is torn apart when the war comes to Atlanta. Not only that, but she seems destined to lose her one true love, Rhett Butler. Can she survive in the face of violence, famine and the most celebrated fire in movie history?

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PG Classification

Contains mild violence and dated discriminatory terms.

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