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During World War II, the organisation "The Women's Land Army" recruited women to work on British farms while the men were off to war. Three such "land girls" of different social backgrounds - quiet Stella, young hairdresser Prue, and Cambridge graduate Ag - become best friends in spite of their different backgrounds.

  1. David Leland

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  2. Angela Huth

    Novel

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  1. Catherine McCormack

    Catherine McCormack

    Stella

  2. Rachel Weisz

    Rachel Weisz

    Ag (Agapanthus)

  3. Anna Friel

    Anna Friel

    Prue (Prudence)

  4. Steven Mackintosh

    Steven Mackintosh

  5. Paul Bettany

    Paul Bettany

    Philip

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The Land Girls
The Land Girls

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Status Released

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  • January 20, 1998
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  • June 12, 1998
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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 51m

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