I am sooooo excited. One of my favorite movies is finally on DVD. It is a BBC version of Vita Sackville-West "All Passions Spent". Dame Wendy Hiller plays 85-year-old Lady Slane. It is set in post-Victorian England. Lady Slane is a new widow trying to free herself from society’s expectations upon the death of her politically prominent husband. She purchases and renovates a cottage in the Hampstead countryside. Unfortunately to the shock of her children. It is about finding herself. That seasons in one life were you do not have husband or young children to please. But mostly what I love is her time in her new (old) cottage. It is very English and charming. Nothing objectionable at all. It is light but with a deep message at the same time.
By the way netflix has it.