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Ever After: A Cinderella Story

Drew Barrymore  Actor Anjelica Huston  Actor Dougray Scott  Actor Patrick Godfrey  Actor Megan Dodds  Actor

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MPAA Rating: PG13
Contains:Mild Violence,Adult Situations,Suitable for Children,Profanity

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Ever After: A Cinderella Story

UPC: 086162103810

Studio: 20th Century Fox

MPAA Rating: PG13   Contains:[Mild Violence, Adult Situations, Suitable for Children, Profanity]

Summary: Andy Tennant directed this Cinderella variant. The Brothers Grimm arrive at the home of a wealthy Grande Dame (Jeanne Moreau) who speaks of the many legends surrounding the fable of the cinder girl before telling the "true" story of her ancestor. In flashback, the story then focuses on eight-year-old Danielle, daughter of a wealthy widower, a 16th-century landowner. After returning to France with his new wife Rodmilla (Anjelica Huston) and her two daughters, he dies of a heart attack. Ten years later, Danielle (Drew Barrymore) is now treated as a servant by the trio. Fortunately, she has an encounter with Prince Henry (Dougray Scott), who is fleeing an arranged marriage. Later, when Danielle poses as a Lady, the Prince takes an interest in her. Inventor-artist Leonardo da Vinci (Patrick Godfrey), accepting the French court's patronage, offers advice to Prince Henry on matters of the heart. George Fenton's music adds an accompaniment to the lush look of this period romance. ~ Bhob Stewart, Rovi

Category: Drama

Features: Widescreen format [aspect ratio 2.35:1]
Interactive menus
Scene selection
Original theatrical trailer
Languages: English 5.1 Surround; English Dolby Surround; French Dolby Surround
Subtitles: English; Spanish

Ever After: A Cinderella Story

Format: DVD

Release Date: 03/02/1999

Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1 Cinemascope

Audio: 5.1 Dolby Digital 5.1

Runtime: 100 Minutes

Sides: 1

Number of Discs: 1

Language(s) English,French

Subtitles: Spanish,English

Region: USA & territories, Canada

Chapters: Scene Selection
0. Scene Selection
1. Once Upon a Time...(Main Titles) [7:12]
2. Papa's Final Journey [1:24]
3. The Prince and the Servant Girl [2:48]
4. The "Family" de Ghent [2:38]
5. Matters of Life and Death [1:27]
6. Comtesse Nicole de Lancret [3:38]
7. The Unwilling Heir [2:27]
8. In Trouble [4:57]
9. The Baroness Plots [2:18]
10. A Dip with da Vinci [4:39]
11. The Wealthy "Benefactor" [1:06]
12. Your Father's Eyes [1:18]
13. The Prince Comes to Visit [1:50]
14. Marguerite Makes Her Move [4:45]
15. The Gypsies [:20]
16. Hypnotized [6:26]
17. Rodmilla's Revenge [3:09]
18. Our Cousin Cinderella [2:30]
19. Love Among the Ruins [2:17]
20. The Missing Gown [4:38]
21. Go to da Vinci... [2:55]
22. Just Breathe... [2:43]
23. The Slipper [3:44]
24. The Baroness Solves Her Problem [4:00]
25. The Reluctant Bride [1:52]
26. The Property of Le Pieu [1:06]
27. My Match in Every Way [2:47]
28. The Prince's Wife [2:34]
29. Happily Ever After [1:24]
30. End Titles (Put Your Arms Around Me) [4:15]

Jason Clark

There isn't much to improve upon when dealing with a classic fairy tale, but surprisingly, this charming (if slightly overlong) update of the Cinderella story has a good deal to offer even those completely familiar with its tried and true yarn. Beautifully photographed in Super-35 on location in France, with pitch-perfect production design, Ever After succeeds in creating something with a modern bent while still retaining the core of integrity that makes its story continue to resonate. Drew Barrymore is far too contemporary for the lead role, but her effortless charisma carries the film regardless, and the supporting cast is expertly chosen, with a suitably dashing Dougray Scott and wonderfully sneer-worthy Anjelica Huston standing out among many apt performances. The movie doesn't fully capitalize on its strengths, and Andy Tennant's direction is suitable but unsurprising; still, the film is classy, straightforward entertainment and designed to please. Its video version has been rated PG, seemingly with a few trims to make it even more family friendly. ~ Jason Clark, Rovi

Cast and Crew: George Fenton  Composer (Music Score) 
Andy Tennant  Director 
Andy Tennant  Screenwriter 
Tracey Trench  Producer 
Susannah Grant  Screenwriter 
Rick Parks  Screenwriter 
Mireille Soria  Producer 
Drew Barrymore  Actor 
Anjelica Huston  Actor 
Dougray Scott  Actor 
Patrick Godfrey  Actor 
Megan Dodds  Actor 
Melanie Lynskey  Actor 
Jeanne Moreau  Actor 
Timothy West  Actor 
Judy Parfitt  Actor 
Jeroen Krabbé  Actor 
Lee Ingleby  Actor 
Kate Lansbury  Actor 
Matyelok Gibbs  Actor 
Richard O'Brien  Actor 
Toby Jones  Actor 

Country: USA