- SKU: 18416556
- Release Date: 01/26/2010
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Ratings & Reviews
- Oliver Twist
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Screenwriter Andrew Davies' adapts Charles Dickens' tale of struggle and hardship in 1820s London. Returning to England after many years abroad, Arthur Clennam (Matthew Macfadyen) sees a sparkle in the eye of diminutive young seamstress Amy Dorrit (Claire Foy). But "Little Dorrit" works for his mother, and in digging for the truth about the mysterious girl he winds up at Marshalsea Debtors Prison. There, he discovers that the specter of debt follows the object of his affections like an oppressive shadow. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
As directed by Coky Giedroyc and originally screened on the BBC, this epic adaptation of Charles Dickens' second novel, the classic 1838 tome Oliver Twist, checks in at just under three hours. In the principal roles, it stars William Miller as Oliver, Timothy Spall (Intimacy) as Fagin, Adam Arnold as The Artful Dodger, Rob Brydon as Mr. Fang, Tom Hardy as Bill Sykes and Ruby Bentall as Charlotte. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Tom Courtenay - William Dorrit
- Matthew MacFadyen - Arthur Clennam
- Claire Foy - Amy Dorrit
- Andy Serkis - Rigaud
- Emma Pierson - Fanny Dorrit
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