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THE INVISIBLE WOMAN

On Blu-ray and DVD from 16th June 2014

Academy Award nominee Ralph Fiennes steps behind the camera for the second time following his acclaimed production of Coriolanus, with the captivating result, THE INVISIBLE WOMAN, arriving on Blu-ray and DVD on 16th June, 2014, courtesy of Lionsgate Home Entertainment.

Focusing on the private life of arguably Britain’s most famous author, Charles Dickens, THE INVISIBLE WOMAN follows Nelly, a happily married mother haunted by a past built upon the remorse and guilt resulting from her quiet but nevertheless scandalous affair with the great writer.

Dickens, played by Fiennes (Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows, Grand Budapest Hotel) is revealed to be controlling and emotionally isolated within his fame and success whilst Nelly (Felicity Jones – The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Like Crazy) is forced into a life of ‘invisibility’ as she becomes Dickens’ muse and his passion.

With a supporting cast that includes the BAFTA Award-winning Kristin Scott Thomas (Only God Forgives, Bel Ami), THE INVISIBLE WOMAN is at once a profoundly moving period drama and a rare insight into the life of a man everyone thinks they know about – essential summer viewing and further proof that Fiennes continues to get better and better.


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