The Moth

(1997)
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This 1940s drama presents a story of class conflict and its influence on romance. Robert Bradley leaves the shipyards to work in his uncle's furniture business but soon finds himself at odds with the old man. So he becomes a servant for the destructive Thormans, and falls for the lady of the house, Sarah. But in 1913 this upstairs/downstairs romance can only lead to disaster.

  1. Roy Battersby

    Director

  2. Catherine Cookson

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Juliet Aubrey

    Juliet Aubrey

    Sarah Thorman

  2. Rupert Penry-Jones

    Rupert Penry-Jones

    Stanley Thorman

  3. Jack Davenport

    Jack Davenport

    Robert Bradley

  4. David Bradley

    David Bradley

    Dave Waters

  5. Judy Loe

    Judy Loe

    Kate Thorman

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  • January 1, 1997
    TV

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Original Language English

Runtime 2h 32m

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