Parade's end [videorecording] / a Mammoth Screen Production for the BBC in association with HBO Miniseries and Trademark Films and BBC Worldwide ... [et al.] ; written by Tom Stoppard ; produced by David Parfitt and Selwyn Roberts ; directed by Susanna White.
[London, England] : BBC, c2012.
Video 2 videodiscs (287 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Television melodramas. Romance television programs. War television programs. Television mini-series. Television adaptations. Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Subtitles in English for the hard of hearing.
DVD, PAL, Regions 2 &4; 5.1 Dolby Digital.
"In the dying days of Edwardian England, English aristocrat Christopher Tietjens finds himself marrying Sylvia, a beautiful but cruel socialite who is pregnant with a child who may or may not be his. Christopher is determined to remain loyal to his wife, but his life is transformed the day he meets Valentine Wannop, a fearless young suffragette. Moving from the glittering yet shallow world of London high society to the trench-scarred battlefields of France, Parade's end is the story of one of the defining eras of the last century; a time when old certainties are being torn down and lives are changed forever."--Container.
Benedict Cumberbatch, Rebecca Hall, Roger Allam, Adelaide Clemens.
Cinematography, Mike Eley; editors, Jason Krasucki ... [et al.]; music, Dirk Brossé.
Videodisc release of the television miniseries originally broadcast in 2012. "Based on the books [i.e.: Some do not; No more parades; A man could stand up; Last post] by Ford Madox Ford." Special feature: Behind the scenes. Aspect ratio 16:9.