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April 19th, 2014
thesmithian

…based on the true story of Dido Belle, a mixed-race woman raised as an aristocrat in 18th-century England. It follows Belle, adopted into an aristocratic family, who faces class and color prejudices. As she blossoms into a young woman, she develops a relationship with a vicar’s son who is an advocate for slave emancipation.

more, plus two clips, here.

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    I’ve never seen a movie set in 18th century England featuring a colored woman.
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    Finally saw it tonight! Lovely film! Take your euros and dollars and show Hollywood we want more films like this by...
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    This film was so perfect!
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    Seeing this today!
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    YOU SAW IT WITH OUT ME!
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