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Desperate Romantics

Desperate Romantics

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With a glossy look and a driving contemporary soundtrack, Desperate Romantics is a character-driven romp through the alleyways, studios, brothels and chop-houses of 19th century London. In 1851, London is in the throes of the industrial revolution. But among the dirty red bricks and smoke stacks are four young, thrill-seeking artists - steadfast William Holman Hunt (Rafe Spall, Hot Fuzz, Bram Stoker's Dracula), naive John Millais (Samuel Barnett, John Adams, the History Boys), mischievous Dante Gabriel Rossetti (Aidan Turner, Being Human) and budding journalist Fred Walters (Sam Crane, Midsomer Murders) - otherwise known as the Brotherhood. Their quest for artistic immortality takes them into some of the lewdest, darkest and funniest corners of the city. Joining them is sassy, sexy model Lizzie Siddal (Amy Manson, Being Human, Casualty). But is she risking it all with this dangerous bunch?

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    Title: Desperate Romantics
    Genre: British-Drama
    Starring: Samuel Barnett, Aidan Turner, Rafe Spall, Sam Crane, Tom Hollander, Polly Kemp, Zoe Tapper, Georgie Glen, Mark Heap, Ian Puleston-Davies
    Attributes: Subtitled, 2PC
    Release Date: 7/20/2010
    Original Year: 2009
    Product Type: DVD
    Rated: NR
    Catalog #: 1000148729
    UPC: 883929124251
    Item #: BBC048729

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 7/20/2010
    Closed Caption: Yes
    Studio: BBC Warner