The moonstone / written by Rachel Flowerday and Sasha Hails ; producer, Joanna Hanley ; director, Lisa Mulcahy ; King Bert for BBC in association with BBC Learning.
Contributor(s): Hanley, Joanna [television producer.] | Flowerday, Rachel [screenwriter.] | Hails, Sasha [screenwriter.] | Mulcahy, Lisa (Director) [television director.] | Thomson, John [actor.] | Hadland, Sarah [actor.] | Silver, Joshua (Actor) [actor.] | Edwards, Terenia [actor.] | Wringer, Leo [actor.] | Calder, David [actor.] | Ward, Sophie [actor.] | Clarke, Stewart (Actor) [actor.] | BBC Worldwide Ltd [publisher.] | British Broadcasting Corporation [production company,, broadcaster.].Material type: Visual materialPublisher: London : BBC Worldwide Ltd., Copyright date: �2017Description: 1 videodisc (approximately 210 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.Content type: two-dimensional moving image Media type: video Carrier type: videodiscSubject(s): Collins, Wilkie, 1824-1889 -- Television adaptations | Diamonds -- Drama | Jewelry -- Religious aspects -- Drama | Jewelry theft -- Drama | Crime -- Drama | Crime | Diamonds | Jewelry -- Religious aspects | Jewelry theftGenre/Form: Detective and mystery television programs. | Television crime shows. | Video recordings for the hearing impaired. | Drama. | Television mini-series. | Television mini-series -- Great Britain.DDC classification: 791.45/75
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DVD; region 1, NTSC; Dolby Digital 2.0.
English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing (SDH).
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John Thomson, Sarah Hadland, Joshua Silver, Terenia Edwards, Leo Wringer, David Calder, Sophie Ward, Stewart Clarke.
Music, Patrick Neil Doyle ; editors, Charlie Fawcett, Jonathan Lucas ; director of photography, Stephen Murphy.
Originally broadcast on BBC as a television mini-series in 2016.
Based on the novel by Wilkie Collins.
Anamorphic wide screen (16:9).
Rachel Verinder finds herself inheriting a large Indian diamond on her eighteenth birthday as a legacy from her uncle, a corrupt British army officer who served in India. The diamond, associated with the Hindu moon god, is of great religious significance as well as being extremely valuable, and there are whispers of a curse placed upon it. Sure enough, the stone is stolen from Rachel's bedroom later that night. and a period of turmoil, unhappiness, misunderstandings and ill-luck ensues.