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The Belle of Amherst

The Belle of Amherst

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The brilliant Julie Harris repeats her Tony Award winning role as the eccentric nineteenth-century poet Emily Dickinson. Against a handsome set depicting Dickinson's Amherst, Massachusetts home, Harris is in constant motion recollecting the poet's past form her work, her diaries and letters and encountering the significant people in her life - friends, relative and acquaintances. The play, here for the first time on DVD, shrewdly balances the agony of the secluded poet as she tells about her family and the bright moments when Dickinson can see the joy in life. Julie Harris' Emily Dickinson is "so perfect here that the film assumes an authenticity and poignancy unmatched in similar films and the poetry emerges as fresh and contemporary" (LIBRARY JOURNAL). THE BELLE OF AMHERST has been mastered from the only source material available, drawn from the primitive analog video in which it was originally photographed. As a result, this DVD does show artifacts from the digitization process which are most prominent through the film's final 30 minutes.

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    Title: The Belle of Amherst
    Genre: Drama, Special Interest
    Starring: Julie Harris
    Director: Charles S. Dubin
    Release Date: 7/6/2004
    Original Year: 1976
    Product Type: DVD
    Region: 0
    Rated: UNR
    Catalog #: 3632
    UPC: 738329036324
    Item #: KOV036324

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 7/6/2004
    Closed Caption: No
    Run Time: 90 minutes
    Studio: Kino Video