Tea-party manners, scenery to ooh and ah over, the eternal clash of propriety and nature — Where Angels Fear to Tread, an adaptation of E.M. Forster’s first novel, has all the calling cards that drew audiences into A Room With a View and A Passage to India. But except for Helen Mirren’s brief, mischievous performance as a woman who follows her bliss and then dies in childbirth, the movie remains frustratingly distant from its characters’ inner lives. C
Where Angels Fear to Tread Tea-party manners, scenery to ooh and ah over, the eternal clash of propriety and nature — Where Angels Fear to Tread, an...Where Angels Fear to TreadDramaPT116MPG Tea-party manners, scenery to ooh and ah over, the eternal clash of propriety and nature — Where Angels Fear to Tread, an...1992-03-13Helena Bonham CarterFine Line Features
Genre: Drama; Starring: Rupert Graves, Judy Davis, Helen Mirren, Helena Bonham Carter; Director: Charles Sturridge; Runtime (in minutes): 116; MPAA Rating: PG; Distributor: Fine Line Features
Posted March 13 1992 — 12:00 AM EST
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