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Diana
  • Description

    All’s fair in love and war…

    Childhood friends Jan and Diana couldn’t be more different. Beautiful, fierce and unfathomably wealthy, Diana is the only daughter of a formidable businessman. Country boy Jan is a penniless orphan.
    The unlikely friends spend a charmed and unconventional childhood together, but Diana’s highborn destiny soon pulls her away from her life in the West Country, and all that makes her happy.

     “The underlying moral has a fairy tale simplicity: People can become anything they want if they try hard enough.” The New York Times

    Blossoming in the 1920s and ending after WWII, the fierce friendship between children from opposite sides of the tracks softens to love until life interrupts, forcing them into conflict and a betrayal that will haunt both their futures.

    Will the unfathomable force of war finally offer them redemption?

    Based on two novels by R F Delderfield, the BBC series star Jenny Seagrove (Judge John Deed) and Kevin McNally (Pirates of the Caribbean, Downton Abbey) play the star crossed lovers, with an appearance from a then unknown Patsy Kensit as the young Diana.

    Written by prolific screenwriter Andrew Davies (Pride and Prejudice, Bridget Jones’ Diary, Mr Selfridge) with a sweeping soundtrack from Stanley Meyers (The Deer Hunter).

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    12
    Actor:
    Jenny Seagrove, Kevin McNally, Gillian Raine
    Director:
    Richard Stroud, David Tucker
    Region:
    2
    Number of Discs:
    3
    Run Time:
    520 mins approx.
    TheatricalReleaseYear:
    1984

Diana

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  • Description

    All’s fair in love and war…

    Childhood friends Jan and Diana couldn’t be more different. Beautiful, fierce and unfathomably wealthy, Diana is the only daughter of a formidable businessman. Country boy Jan is a penniless orphan.
    The unlikely friends spend a charmed and unconventional childhood together, but Diana’s highborn destiny soon pulls her away from her life in the West Country, and all that makes her happy.

     “The underlying moral has a fairy tale simplicity: People can become anything they want if they try hard enough.” The New York Times

    Blossoming in the 1920s and ending after WWII, the fierce friendship between children from opposite sides of the tracks softens to love until life interrupts, forcing them into conflict and a betrayal that will haunt both their futures.

    Will the unfathomable force of war finally offer them redemption?

    Based on two novels by R F Delderfield, the BBC series star Jenny Seagrove (Judge John Deed) and Kevin McNally (Pirates of the Caribbean, Downton Abbey) play the star crossed lovers, with an appearance from a then unknown Patsy Kensit as the young Diana.

    Written by prolific screenwriter Andrew Davies (Pride and Prejudice, Bridget Jones’ Diary, Mr Selfridge) with a sweeping soundtrack from Stanley Meyers (The Deer Hunter).

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    12
    Actor:
    Jenny Seagrove, Kevin McNally, Gillian Raine
    Director:
    Richard Stroud, David Tucker
    Region:
    2
    Number of Discs:
    3
    Run Time:
    520 mins approx.
    TheatricalReleaseYear:
    1984
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