The Importance Of Being Earnest (2002/ Special Edition)
Synopsis: Based on Oscar Wilde's play, this is the hilarious adventure of two young bachelors who create alter egos in order to find romance. Worthing is a wealthy chap who resides in the country but often visits the city as his "brother" Ernest. There he falls in love with the beautiful Gwendolyn. Montcrieff is Worthing's boisterous friend who lives in the city and spends money beyond his means. In order to escape bill collectors and boring dinner parties, Montcrieff creates "Bumbry," a sick friend whom he often visits out of town. Pandemonium ensues when Montcrieff drops in on Worthing's country estate and falls head over heals for Worthing's niece Cecily and the two men ultimatey find themselves in the predicament of having to explain who they really are.
Special Features Making Of
Actors Anna Massey, Charles Kay, Colin Firth, Edward Fox, Frances O'Connor, Judi Dench, Patrick Godfrey, Reese Witherspoon, Rupert Everett, Tom Wilkinson
Director Oliver Parker
Where Purchased
Purchase Price $14.90
Purchase Date 02/19/2003
Suggested Retail Price $29.99
Release Date 11/12/2002
Year 2002
Category Comedy, Romantic, Literary, Remakes User Rating 6.9
MPAA Rating PG
Studio Buena Vista
Run Time 93 Minutes
Color/BW Color
Closed Caption Yes
Language English, Franšais
Subtitles English, Franšais
THX Certified N/A
Audio 5.1 Dolby Digital
Production Notes Yes
Video Features 2.35:1, Anamorphic16x9
Title Released YES
Box Set/Special Edition No
Regionally Coded (Region 1)

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