Cluny Brown

26/05/2008
  |  Buy to Own: 26/05/2008
  |  100 min
Rated PG by the BBFC
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Synopsis

Romantic comedy-cum-social satire, set in the pre-war 1930s, from legendary director Ernst Lubitsch. Cluny Brown (Jennifer Jones) is a young London lass who harbours dreams of becoming a plumber. When she takes on a plumbing job at a society home, she meets dashing Czech philosopher, Adam Belinski (Charles Boyer), a refugee from the Nazis. Hoping to climb the social ladder, Cluny accepts a position as maid in a fancy country home, where she once more meets Belinski, who happens to be a house guest, and they promptly fall in love with each other. Then the altogether more rich Mr Wilson (Richard Haydn) appears on the scene and the flighty Cluny must decide where her heart belongs...