The Age of Innocence

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The Age of Innocence Review


Little Marty Scorsese, directing a period piece? Well, it is set in New York. Only it's the late 1800s and everyone is in frilly dresses and smokes cigars. Daniel Day-Lewis takes center stage as a high-society type engaged to Ryder but entranced by her cousin Pfeiffer. How to choose between two very different girls? Ah, such is the dilemma of life. Very pretty, very long, very cold, and very tidy.


The Age of Innocence

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Run time: 139 mins

In Theaters: Friday 1st October 1993

Distributed by: Columbia Pictures

Production compaines: Columbia Pictures

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 3 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 80%
Fresh: 36 Rotten: 9

IMDB: 7.3 / 10

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Starring: Daniel Day-Lewis as Newland Archer, as Ellen Olenska, as May Welland, as Louisa van der Luyden, as Mrs. Welland, as Rivière, Linda Faye Farkas as Female Opera Singer, Michael Rees Davis as Male Opera Singer, as Male Opera Singer, as Male Opera Singer, as Larry Lefferts, as Sillerton Jackson, as Regina Beaufort, as Julius Beaufort, Howard Erskine as Beaufort Guest, John McLoughlin as Party Guest, Christopher Nilsson as Party Guest, as Mrs. Mingott, as Mrs. Archer, Carolyn Farina as Janey Archer, as Henry van der Luyden, as Narrator (voice), as Ted Archer, as Mingott Maid


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