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Period and Historical
Adapted from the classic novel by Charles Dickens. Pip is a young orphan being raised by his sister and her husband, a blacksmith. He is sent to the sinister Miss Havisham's house, where he meets her adopted daughter, the beautiful Estella. But Pip is not grand enough for Estella, or to take a place in high society. Later, a mysterious benefactor grants him a fortune and he moves to London to learn how to be a gentleman. However, Pip will find that moving up in the world has a emotional, as well as a financial, price.
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