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The Age of Innocence

 

New York aristocrat Newland Archer strains the intransigent mores of Gilded Age society when he falls for his fiancée's scandalous cousin.

 

Year: 1993

Duration: 2hr 18m

 

Director: Martin Scorsese

 

Cast: Daniel Day-Lewis, Michelle Pfeiffer, Winona Ryder, Geraldine Chaplin, Michael Gough, Richard E. Grant, Mary Beth Hurt, Robert Sean Leonard, Norman Lloyd, Miriam Margolyes, Alec McCowen, Siân Phillips, Jonathan Pryce, Alexis Smith, Stuart Wilson, Joanne Woodward

 

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"The Age of Innocence" was produced by Columbia Pictures and Cappa Productions with a budget of $34m. With it's initial release on September 17th 1993 it made approximately $32.26m at the Box Office.

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