Dakota Road

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Release date: Jul 17, 1992

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In this finely observed low-key drama, Alan Brandon lives by himself. Compared to his employee Bernard, he's practically upper-crust, but in reality he is just a small property holder. He has had his eye on Bernard's abused wife and teen-aged older daughter for some time and has yearnings for some kind of romantic contact with them. For a variety of reasons, Alan lets Bernard go and hires his wife Maud instead as his housekeeper. Meanwhile, Maud's older daughter has been carrying on a lackluster affair with Raif, an apparently parentless lad who lives in the town postmistress' house. When she discovers that she is pregnant, the last thing that she thinks of is marrying the boy, who could very well be the illegitimate son of a local priest. In typically British fashion, nobody admits to his or her real feelings, and fantasies abound. ~ Clarke Fountain, Rovi

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Amelda Brown
as Maud Cross
Jason Carter
as Raif Benson
Alan Howard
as Alan Brandon
Matthew Scurfield
as Bernard Cross
Liz Smith
as Joan Benson
David Warrilow
as Rev. Douglas Stonea
David Bamber
as Man on the Train
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