Cold Comfort Farm

Directed by John Schlesinger
Starring Kate Beckinsale

Universal Studios Home Video | July 2, 2003 | DVD

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When the strong-minded Flora Poste loses her parents and her financial security, she moves in with her eccentric and wild relatives at the broken-down Cold Comfort Farm. There, Flora transforms the decrepit building into a vibrant, elegantly decorated home and the untamed family into a group of sophisticated, successful adults.

Video Release: July 2, 2003

Runtime: 105

Rating: PG (MPAA)

Studio: Universal Studios Home Video

UPC: 025192264924

Found in: British, General

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Cold Comfort Farm

Directed by John Schlesinger
Starring Kate Beckinsale

Video Release: July 2, 2003

Runtime: 105

Rating: PG (MPAA)

Studio: Universal Studios Home Video

UPC: 025192264924


Edition Description
  • Closed Captioned
  • Color
  • Runtime: 105 minutes
  • NTSC (Canada and USA)
  • Originally in English
  • Released in Spanish, English, English, French

Synopsis

When the strong-minded Flora Poste loses her parents and her financial security, she moves in with her eccentric and wild relatives at the broken-down Cold Comfort Farm. There, Flora transforms the decrepit building into a vibrant, elegantly decorated home and the untamed family into a group of sophisticated, successful adults.

Description

When a young society woman from London becomes suddenly orphaned she's forced to take up residence with a group of her unsophisticated, oddball relatives at their farm. Despite protests from the bedridden, iron-willed matriarch of the farm, the aspiring lass tries to achieve some semblance of order and class in the house. From the novel by Stella Gibbons.

Notes

A British made-for-television film. Shown at the 1995 Hamptons International Film Festival in New York. Released theatrically in New York City and Los Angeles May 10, 1996; released theatrically in Boston and Philadelphia May 24, 1996. The first collaboration between the BBC and Thames Television.
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