In light of James Ivory's screenplay for Call Me By Your Name, this is the ideal time to revisit some of the landmarks from his distinguished career as a director (usually in partnership with producer Ismael Merchant and screenwriter Ruth Prawer Jhabvala).It is a body of work that goes back to the early 1960s and spans three continents but remains indelibly identified with historical literary adaptations. The films are admirable for their elegance and sensitivity, but they are also critiques of hidebound convention, class prejudice and social repression. Our mini-series features four newly restored James Ivory classics, and is complemented with Martin Scoresese’s singular take on the genre, The Age of Innocence.
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