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Internationally celebrated filmmaker Agnieszka Holland discusses her 1997 adaptation of Henry James' classic novel about the conflict between a sheltered young woman and her domineering father in the high society of 1850s New York.
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- Agnieszka Holland
- Agnieszka Holland was born in Warsaw, Poland. Her first feature film, Provincial Actors (79), won the FIPRESCI Prize at Cannes. Her other features include Fever (80), A Woman Alone (81), To Kill a Priest (88), Europa Europa (90), Olivier, Olivier (92), The Secret Garden (93), Total Eclipse (95), Washington Square (97), The Third Miracle (99), Julie Walking Home (02), Copying Beethoven (06), In Darkness (11), and Burning Bush (13).
- Washington Square
Jennifer Jason Leigh stars as Henry James' gentle, sheltered heroine Catherine Sloper, who clashes with her domineering father (Albert Finney) when he accuses her suitor (Ben Chaplin) of being a fortune hunter.