Catherine Cookson's The Tide of Life
Catherine Cookson's The Tide of Life ★★½ The Tide of Life 1996
TV adaptation of Catherine Cook son's novel finds young Emily Kennedy entering service as a maid to the McGilby family and weathering various tragedies, romantic and otherwise. 156m/C VHS, DVD . GB Gillian Kearney, Ray Stevenson, John Bowler, James Purefoy, Diana Hardcastle; D: David Wheatley; W: Gordon Hann; C: Doug Hallows; M: Colin Towns.
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