• Director: Steve Hudson
  • Countries of origin: United Kingdom, United States
  • Language: English
  • Release date: May 4, 2008
  • Runtime: 7 hours 49 minutes
  • Sound mix: Stereo
  • Aspect ratio: 1.78 : 1
  • Also known as: Return to Cranford
  • "Cranford Season 1" is a film and television work directed by Simon Curtis and released in 2007.


    • Release date May 4, 2008
    • Filming locations West Wycombe Park, West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England, UK
    • Production companies British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), WGBH, Chestermead

    Movie reviews

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    • By Jake 2022-12-31 13:14:26

      Not rich, but refined.

      As the movie draws nearer to the end, the people in the town, the secrets in their hearts are gradually revealed... Whether it is Matty who is waiting to appreciate the true meaning of love, or the Countess who will sacrifice everything for her son, or, loyalty The kind housekeeper, or Sophie, who lost her mother to raise her younger siblings, each carries a different story, but the same delicate and kind heart.

      Playing the piano, reading, going to church, buying fabrics at the...

    • By Maxwell 2022-12-30 23:18:11

      Back to the Good Times in the England Countryside

      The BBC has built an insurmountable height by turning British classical literature into TV series. The authentic British culture, the control of the essence of the original work, and the rigorous and solid shooting techniques of classic dramas are all like a mellow British afternoon tea, which completely compares other fashionable so-called British-style film and television dramas. "Cranford" is one of the representative works. It is humorous, gentle, beautiful, and full of kindness and...

    • By Micheal 2022-12-25 20:46:53

      quiet simple life

      If I had a choice, I really wanted to live such a peaceful and simple life.
      The fact that the earth is round may not be accepted, haha!
      But I don't want this forbearance of love!
      Don't just meet, just received the first bouquet of flowers, and say goodbye because of an accident. Help him write down the will, hold his hand, and gently stroke the back of his hand when helping him sign. The tenderness in this second will accompany her for a lifetime, and slowly reminisce!...

    • By Duane 2022-12-25 04:53:58

      Millinery Miss Galindo and Butler Mr. Carter's Secret Love

      After watching the TV series "Cranford" a few days ago, I am still immersed in it for a long time. The show's characters, the small English town it shows, and several Scottish folk songs are still on my mind. And the person who impresses me the most, besides the little angel Mary, is Miss Galindo, the millinery dealer beside the Countess. I admire her independent self-improvement, kind and gentle person; and the secret love between her and the housekeeper Mr. Carter (Mr....

    • By Sidney 2022-12-22 03:34:45

      Love and warmth in the small town of Cranford

      After watching Pride and Prejudice and Sherlock on the BBC, I became a little interested in British dramas. This Cranford doesn't have the ups and downs and excitingness of the first two films, but it touched me with plainness and warmth, and attracted me to watch it.

      British dramas, especially classical British dramas, have always been very particular about scenes and music. The brief dialogue and scene switching at the beginning clearly explain the background of the story and the...

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    • By Morgan 2023-01-18 07:29:00

      Rewatching it in November 2016 still made me cry; the shadow of death did not cover the vitality of the town, the lovely old ladies created fluctuations in life in the short and short of their parents, laughing and tears, changing and staying, and returning home. The township is reunited, and the unfulfilled feelings are brought to an end. Accept the status quo and welcome the change calmly. The best is always in the future. The last episode was so...

    • By Harrison 2022-12-30 06:03:48

      The lineup is strong and eloquent. The vigor of the revolutionary period (changing customs, new knowledge of science and technology, equal rights between men and women, civilian education), and the temperature of classical pastoral (esp1 & 4), with just the right little humor and wisdom and a big family view, this drama set in Cheshire melts the right amount. Warmth, hope and optimism all come together to paint a moving picture of a mid-Victorian town. The female image is outstanding and...

    • By Aron 2022-10-26 21:33:24

      I think this looks better than "Downton Abbey", and even think that its theme is "death". In every episode, people leave because of illness and accidents, and the small town of Cranford is also in the process of industrialization, and the tranquility is broken. Pretty real and not bloody. The depiction of the aristocracy, the middle class and the working class is average and objective, without the intention of beautifying or demeaning. I like so many...

    • By Teagan 2022-09-20 10:58:53

      nice! Anyone who loves Austin will love this...

    • By Rowena 2022-09-17 21:42:56

      See the freshness and timelessness of a 19th-century English town through lace and pastoral flair. With the advent of industrialization, the quiet life of the small town will gradually disappear, which is no way. It's still the best way to adapt a famous novel, without impetuous sex, blood and violence, and loyal to the original work and the characteristics of the...