Little Dorrit - Part One: Nobody's Fault (1988) - Rotten Tomatoes

Little Dorrit - Part One: Nobody's Fault (1988)

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Sterling adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic is set in Victorian London, where a young seamstress (Sarah Pickering) who was born in debtors prison falls in love with her employer's businessman son (Derek Jacobi). Alec Guinness was nominated for Best Supporting Actor as the girl's impoverished, incarcerated father. Directed by Christine Edzard, who adapted the novel and received an Oscar nod for Best Adapted Screenplay.

Cast

Alec Guinness
as William Dorrit
Derek Jacobi
as Arthur Clennam
Sarah Pickering
as Little Dorrit
Cyril Cusack
as Frederick Dorrit
Joan Greenwood
as Mrs. Clennam
Amelda Brown
as Fanny Dorrit
Max Wall
as Flintwitch
Roshan Seth
as Mr. Pancks
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A scintillating screen version of Charles Dickens' 1857 novel about greed, power and love.

July 19, 2003 | Full Review…
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