Feast of July (Special Edition) (DVD)

Directed by Christopher Menaul

Release Year: 1995
Running Time: 116
UPC: 7 38329 23061 6
Color Type: Color
Country: U.S.
Language: English
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Cast
Embeth Davidtz
Ben Chaplin
Tom Bell
Gemma Jones
James Purefoy
Greg Wise

Crew
Directed by Christopher Menaul

A compelling tale of passion's dark secrets - critics applauded Feast of July as one of the best films of the year! A mysterious young beauty, Bella Ford (Embeth Davidtz, Army of Darkness), searches hopelessly for the lover who betrayed her. Weary and alone, she is offered shelter by the Wainwright family, who help her find new hope... and whose three handsome sons battle for her affections. But just as she is ready to begin her new life, her former lover unexpectedly reappears to haunt her with the secrets – of their past. From Merchant Ivory Productions, the award-winning creators of Howards End and The Remains of the Day – Feast of July is passionate and powerful entertainment. Directed by TV veteran Christopher Menaul (Prime Suspect) and co-starring Ben Chaplin (The Thin Red Line).


DVD Extras Include:

Audio Commentary by director Christopher Menaul and associate producer Jane Cussons

Original Theatrical Trailer


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