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The Portrait Of A Lady

Rated PG-13 for mature sensuality and some brief nudity.

PG-13 144min.
 
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Jane Campion directed this expressive adaptation of the classic novel by Henry James. Isabel Archer (Nicole Kidman) is a young American woman who, after the death of her parents, has been sent to England to visit relatives. Read More
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Isabel Archer
Gilbert Osmond
Madame Serena Merle
Henrietta Stackpole
Ralph Touchett
Mrs. Touchett
Lord Warburton
Countess Gemini
Edward Rosier
Caspar Goodwood
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