The Duchess

The Duchess (2008)

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Corrected entry: In the scene where the Duchess sees Charles Gray riding up in response to the message sent after the Duchess gave birth to her son, the day is bright and sunny. It looks like summertime. As they go to meet in the garden, it is fall. It is now grey and overcast and the leaves on the trees have changed color.

Correction: We get plenty of bright and sunny days in the Fall, and within minutes the day can go to grey and gloomy because the weather is so changeable in the Fall.


Continuity mistake: At the beginning of the film when Georgiana is talking with her mother about her engagement, the curl running down the back of Georgiana's neck disappears and reappears multiple times.

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Georgiana, The Duchess of Devonshire: I am her mother. After all, she is only a girl.

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Question: When the Duke says that he "cannot" ask Lady Bess to leave his home (after the Duchess discovers their affair), does he simply not want to or is there some reason that he feels he cannot?

Answer: He is ignoring the Duchess' request by saying that he cannot ask her to leave. He does not want her to go, nor does Lady Bess wish to leave.

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