Ladies in Lavender (2005)
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as Jan Pandered
as Dr. Mead
as Adam Penruddocke
as Luke Pendered
as Very Old Man 1
as Very Old Man 2
as Mrs. Pendered
as Mr. Penhaligan
as Mr. Hallett
as Pretty Local Girl
as Constable Timmins
as BBC Announcer
as Obsequious Man
Critic Reviews for Ladies in Lavender
It's a British period piece, full of the sylvan Cornish coast and countryside, vintage motorcars, steam threshers and sensibilities. Pity they left out a compelling plot.
A fascinating and involving chamber piece for two superb actresses.
A wistful little thing about regret, jealousy and love.
Under Dance's sure hand, and the even surer performances of Smith and Dench, who know that underplaying an emotion often increases its punch, the film is a small study in the dignity of letting go.
A funny, civilized little romantic drama in which Smith co-stars with the equally estimable Judi Dench.
Audience Reviews for Ladies in Lavender
It doesn't take us any effort to understand the genuine fascination created by the mysterious and handsome young man played by Daniel Brühl, but this unremarkable British drama is only worth it for the superb performances by Judi Dench and Maggie Smith.
Lavender Ladies Lose Their Way. Aesthetically pleasing without much content. Although the story is good and told beautifully it lacks drama.
Two grand old English ladies find a Polish kid washed up on their beach. They nurse Andrea back to life, and find out he is an accomplished violinist. I enjoy this sort of movie where the characters have to make difficult decisions.
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