Cold Comfort Farm

"Excellent"

Cold Comfort Farm Review


Clever and funny English country dramady about an orphan (Beckinsale, in a radiant debut that has gone downhill ever since), who is sent to live with her insane relatives on Cold Comfort Farm. Grows better with each viewing.


Cold Comfort Farm

Facts and Figures

Run time: 95 mins

In Theaters: Friday 10th May 1996

Distributed by: Universal Pictures

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 4 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 85%
Fresh: 28 Rotten: 5

IMDB: 7.3 / 10

Cast & Crew

Producer:

Starring: as Judith Starkadder, as Flora Poste, as Ada Doom, as Mybug, as Adam Lambsbreath, as Mary Smiling, as Seth Starkadder, Ivan Kaye as Reuben Starkadder, Jeremy Peters as Urk, Maria Miles as Elfine Starkadder, Christopher Bowen as Charles Fairford, as Mrs. Beetle, Sophie Revell as Rennet, as Amos Starkadder


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