On the latest installment of our Classics Revisited series, the ladies dig into 2004 period drama North and South, a story that's equal parts romance and class drama, with an extremely attractive Richard Armitage thrown on top.
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As part of our new "Classics Revisited" series, we're taking a look back at some of our favorite series and movies from days gone by. Next up: The 2004 BBC adaptation of Elizabeth Gaskell's novel North and South, one of the best - and most underrated - period dramas ever made.
Contributor Sophie Brookover joins the ladies to discuss the classic Merchant and Ivory adaptation of E.M. Forster's A Room with a View, starring Helena Bonham Carter, Julian Sands, Maggie Smith, Daniel Day Lewis, and more.