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House of Angels [2]
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In New York of 1914, the home of widow Amelia Vane is astir with plans for the approaching wedding of her youngest daughter, Helen. While Helen is all composure and ladylike grace, her older sister Autumn, like their late father, appears to suffer from what has yet to be classified as an illness - manic depression. Mr. Vane’s death has left the women in a precarious social position at a time and place where social standing is imperative. Because of this, Amelia prefers not to examine Autumn’s illness and refers to her merely as “difficult.” Helen’s engagement to a wealthy businessman, James Paxton, son of their late father’s employer, will secure all their futures. When James introduces an artist, roguish Henry Lafont, into their midst to paint Helen's wedding portrait, the charming facade of innocence and propriety Amelia has created begins to crumble. It soon becomes apparent that while the senses of all three women are kindled by Henry's presence, Autumn has allowed herself to catch fire. Suddenly her mood swings, penchant for telling the truth and acting on impulse intensify, with serious consequences.see less
In New York of 1914, the home of widow Amelia Vane is astir with plans for the approaching wedding of her youngest daughter, Helen. While Helen is all composure and ladylike grace, her older sister Autumn, like their late father, appears to suffer from what has yet to be classified as an illness - manic depression. Mr. Vane’s death has left the women in a...see more
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