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New DVD from the US

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New DVD from the US

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I've just received the DVD of a 3 part TV series of the 1979 BBC Drama 'Therese Rachin'.

It's written by Emile Zola and is a particularly powerful play that I remember from my youth in 1979. This play started my interest in Zola's novels.

I ordered it some weeks ago and a young Alan Rickman has a starring role.

If anyone would like to borrow it that'd be fine. I think it's fairly rare.
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I remember it as well, wasn't it considered a bit 'fruity' at the time?
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Steve wrote:I remember it as well, wasn't it considered a bit 'fruity' at the time?
It is indeed Steve, Kate Nelligan :)
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Ah yes, and Brian Cox in an early outing...:D
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Steve wrote:Ah yes, and Brian Cox in an early outing...:D
Before he became a professor :D
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Sanemancured wrote:Before he became a professor :D
...and much better looking ;)
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