David Copperfield

David Copperfield

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  • Countries of origin: United Kingdom, United States
  • Language: English
  • Release date: December 25, 1999
  • Sound mix: Stereo
  • Aspect ratio: 1.78 : 1
  • Also known as: 塊肉餘生記
  • "David Copperfield" is a feature film directed by Simon Curtis . Starring Emilia Fox .
    Because of her mother's weak and fearful personality, she was abused by her stepfather when she was a child, and her life was miserable. When his mother died suddenly, he went through all the hardships, forced to join the society, worked hard, and was scolded by others. However, he overcame all obstacles, and with his tenacious fighting spirit, he finally achieved fame and fortune, and got a happy ending in his career and life. In the end, how does the protagonist persevere in adversity, change the rough fate, and live out the rainbow of life?

    Details

    • Release date December 25, 1999
    • Filming locations Canning Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, England, UK
    • Production companies British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), WGBH

    Movie reviews

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    • By Arnulfo 2022-11-20 12:44:47

      From a troubled childhood to a smooth adulthood

      This time I'm reviewing a movie I've watched for a long time but never marked it.
      Speaking of this film, the first thing I want to mention is the actor Daniel Radcliffe of Little David. I remember when I was an English teacher when I talked about Daniel Radcliffe, the star of Harry Potter, I mentioned him. 's debut film is "David Copperfield", which is why I came to watch this film specially. But after watching it, what should I say, I didn't expect that Daniel, who didn't wear glasses...

    • By Adolfo 2022-11-11 15:01:27

      David CopperfieldDavid Copperfield

      Almost all the big-name actors in the UK are concentrated in this film, and of course the most famous ones are the actors of little Harry Potter and Maggie Smith who were not yet famous at the time.

          I like the experience of David when he was young. From a happy family to being abused by his stepfather, he survived a tragic childhood and honed David's humanity and character.

          After growing up, David has also experienced many twists and turns. He has almost encountered...

    • By Shyann 2022-11-11 11:09:39

      I prefer books but movies give me an image

      Now that I've finished watching it, I can't even accept that I've finished watching it. Because I watched it for a long time, it must have been more than a month, of course, this is because I did not read it very seriously, there are reasons for reading, there are reasons for watching movies on my mobile phone, and of course, there are reasons why the book is too thick. Until now, when I put this book on, I can even see the scene when I tore the package, and the first impression of looking at...

    • By Carroll 2022-11-11 00:35:10

      wonderful world

      David Copperfield is said to be an autobiography of Dickens. The BBC has a strong lineup as usual. The older ones include Maggie Smith, Imelda Stauton and Bob Hoskins, the younger ones include Emilia Fox, and of course, Daniel Radcliffe, which is the young lady. His debut, he was chubby when he was a kid, but it's much more fun than now. How can this evil principal look so familiar when I look at it? It turns out to be Mr. McKellen, it seems that he has been playing a bad guy for years. When my...

    • By Hillard 2022-10-29 21:25:38

      Thanks Dickens

      I read a classic novel in college and lost half of it in the study room. At that time, I followed little David to the countryside and seaside of England; in

      2008, I watched this BBC movie for more than 3 hours in a small cubicle. I have a different feeling - Copperfield when I was a child said, "My beautiful mother only loves me." I felt the same way when young David went to London to rent a house and work alone; and seeing the coachman Bacchus in the film / The treacherous villain...

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    • By Alessia 2022-11-06 14:50:13

      Thousands of sails have gone through the big waves and washed the sand, and you will know where the vacancy in the soul is. Dickens is as rich as ever, but it is too idealistic. Happy endings have always existed only in fairy...

    • By 晓雪 2022-11-05 04:54:52

      Little Harry Potter is so cute. I don't like the adult one at all. This man was really stupid and naive later...

    • By Deanna 2022-11-02 19:59:07

      How warm the folks are! This film may tell me why so many people sing the song What a Wonderful...

    • By Anastasia 2022-10-27 12:09:22

      Childhood experiences are more beautiful, and when you grow up, the stories taste like chewing...

    • By Violet 2022-10-26 08:35:37

      Radcliffe Jr and Professor McGonagall can be...

    Movie quotes

    • Barkis: [repeated] Barkis is willin'!

    • Murdstone: [to David] You will defy me no further, boy! You will learn!

    • Murdstone: This boy, you should know, Miss Trotwood, has a sullen, rebellious spirit, a violent temper and an intractable disposition.

      Miss Murdstone: Of all the boys in the world, this is the worst boy.

      Betsey Trotwood: Strong, Miss Murdstone.

      Miss Murdstone: But not at all too strong for the situation.

      Betsey Trotwood: Indeed? Well, sir?

      Murdstone: I placed this boy in a respectable business. He ran away from it. The facts, I propose, speak for themselves.

      Betsey Trotwood: About this respectable business, a blacking factory, I believe. If he had been your own boy, you would have put him to it just the same, I suppose.

      Murdstone: I had my own opinion. This is the best way of bringing up this particular boy. I act on them and I say no more about them.

      Betsey Trotwood: I see. What else do you have to say?

      Murdstone: Merely this: I have come to take my stepson back. I will deal with him as I think right and dispose of him as I think proper. If you seek to impede me in any way, if you step between us now, you do so forever.

      Betsey Trotwood: What does the boy say? Are you ready to go, David?

      Young David Copperfield: Please don't make me leave you, Aunt. They made my Mama very unhappy and they never cared for me. I want to stay here with you and Mr. Dick.

      Betsey Trotwood: Mr. Dick, what shall I do with this child?

      Mr. Dick: I'd have him measured for a suit of clothes directly.

      Betsey Trotwood: Mr. Dick, give me your hand.

      [She shakes his hand]

      Betsey Trotwood: For your common sense is invaluable.

      [Takes David in her arms]

      Betsey Trotwood: I'll take my chance with the boy. If he is all you say he is, I can at least do as much for him as you have done. But I don't believe a word of it!

      Murdstone: [Standing up angrily] Miss Trotwood, if you were a gentleman...

      Betsey Trotwood: BAH! Stuff and nonsense! Don't talk to me!

      Miss Murdstone: How exquisitely polite. Overpowering, really.

      Betsey Trotwood: [to Murdstone, ignoring Jane] You think I don't know what kind of life you've led this child's mother? It was a woeful day when you first appeared, smirking, making great eyes at her, so you wouldn't say "Boo!" to a ghost!

      Miss Murdstone: I've never heard anything to elegant.

      Betsey Trotwood: [Still ignoring Jane] And when you'd made quite sure of the poor little thing, you began to train her and break her. Like a caged bird, wearing her life away and teaching her to sing your notes.

      Miss Murdstone: 'Tis either insanity or intoxication.

      Betsey Trotwood: [Still ignoring Jane] You broke her heart, then punished the boy, because of your own guilt! There's the truth for your comfort, and you and your instrument may make the most of it!

      Miss Murdstone: May I inquire whom you are referring to as an instrument?

      Betsey Trotwood: Good day, sir! And Goodbye!

      [Murdstone leaves without a word]