Under the Greenwood Tree
Under the Greenwood Tree ★★½ 2005
Fancy Day, a local beauty from a wealthy family, is the new schoolteacher in the village of Mellstock. She attracts the romantic interests of wealthy landowner Farmer Shiner, young vicar Reverend Maybold, and laborer Dick Dewey. A loose adaptation of the 1872 novel by Thomas Hardy, much sweeter than his similar quadrangle in “Far from the Madding Crowd.” 100m/C DVD . GB Keeley Hawes, Ben Miles, Tony Haygarth, James Murray, Steve Pemberton; D: Nicholas Laughland; W: Ashley Pharoah; C: John Aspinall; M: John Lunn, Jim Williams. TV
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