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Moll Flanders (1995)
Starring: Stockard Channing, Morgan Freeman, Robin Wright, Brenda Fricker, John Lynch
Director: Pen Densham
Category: Drama
Studio: MGM / UA
Spanish, French
122 mins



Take "a beautiful and compelling trip back to 18th-Century England" ("Prevue Channel") with this "lovely romantic epic" ("Satellite News Network") starring Robin Wright (Forrest Gump) as a bold, courageous heroine.Featuring stellar supporting performances from Morgan Freeman (The Shawshank Redemption) and Stockard Channing (Six Degrees Of Separation), Moll Flanders is "a remarkable motion picture" (Jeanne Wolf's Hollywood).

Wright portrays Moll, a spirited, headstrong woman whose unfortunate social position leaves her in the most dire of circumstances.Famished and without shelter, Moll is forced to use her beauty as a means for living -- first as a prostitute and then as a model for an artist who helps change her life for the better.But Moll's struggles are far from over, as the unthinkable occurs, effectively shattering her newfound happiness and forcing this pillar of strength to summon the courage to fight her greatest adversity yet!


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