Feb 09, 2014 · The Making of a Lady: Directed by Richard Curson Smith. With Lydia Wilson, Maggie Fox, Sarah Ridgeway, Joanna Lumley. After losing her employment, Emily accepts a proposal that will give her a secure future. But she soon finds trapped in her new family's deception.
"The Making of a Lady" is a well-made Gothic drama with lush cinematography and a beautiful score. The ensemble cast does an excellent job as well making this well worth multiple viewings. Lydia Wilson plays the impoverished yet educated Emily Seton, who works as a temporary secretary for a rich woman, Lady Maria Byrne (Joanna Lumley).
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Aug 25, 2018 · The Making of a Lady, courtesy FreemantleMedia What ensues is a Cinderella-like tale of transformation, as Emily becomes the Lady of a prominent manor. As she ascends the social ladder, Lord Walderhurst’s heir presumptive Alec Osborn and his wife, Hester, threaten to knock her down again.
In reality making of the Lady is two stories in one. The first story is how Emily is selected to become the Lady of the Manor. Meet Emily Fox-Seton (Lydia Wilson) good-natured, tall, with a respected family name but no money. Boarding with the Cupps, mother and daughter, Emily acts as a as a secretary to Lady Maria Byrne.
The Making of a Lady is a television film based on the 1901 novel The Making of a Marchioness by Frances Hodgson Burnett that uses a screenplay adaptation by Kate Brooke. The film premiered in 2012 on ITV in Britain and was subsequently broadcast on PBS in the United States in 2014.
Mar 24, 2013 · The Making of a Lady Back when I was a wee anglophile, my favourite book was definitely A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett. The Secret Garden was definitely in the top ten as well.
THE MAKING OF A LADY Written by Kate Brooke and directed by Richard Curson SmithStarring Linus Roache, Lydia Wilson, James D'Arcy and Joanna LumleyA critical...
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