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Cold Comfort Farm

Rated PG for brief sensuality and language.

PG 95min.
 
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Stella Gibbons' popular novel was published in 1932, and it has been adapted twice for British television, first as a miniseries in 1971, then by director John Schlesinger in 1995. Read More
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Flora Poste
Ada Doom
Judith Starkadder
Amos Starkadder
Seth Starkadder
Mrs. Smiling
Adam Lambsbreath
Elfine Starkadder
March 27, 2014
mtnmanjames123
Unbelievably terrible..Beckinsale has to be one of the worst actresses I have ever witnessed..It is like she has to work at acting when it should be comfortable. Very poor quality actress.

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