Little Dorrit (film)

Little Dorrit is a 1987 film adaptation of the novel Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens. It was written and directed by Christine Edzard, and produced by John Brabourne and Richard B. Goodwin. The music, by Giuseppe Verdi, was arranged by Michael Sanvoisin.

Little Dorrit lasts 360 minutes and was released in two parts of approximately three hours each. The first part was subtitled Nobodys Fault, an allusion to one of Dickens proposed titles for the original novel, and the story developed from the perspective and experiences of the Arthur Clennam character. The second film, entitled Little Dorrits Story, took many of the same events and presented them through the eyes of the heroine. Together they represented overlapping chronicles.The production company which made the film, Sands Films, is operated by Christine Edzard, the director, and her husband, Richard B. Goodwin. The film was nominated for two Oscars Actor in a Supporting Role Alec Guinness and Writing Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium Christine Edzard. The Region Two DVD was released in the UK on October 27, 2008. ........

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