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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Portrait of A Lady, The (1996) as Miss Molyneux No 2
The tale of a young woman, Isabel Archer, who challenges the confines of her sheltered existence on the hermetically closed American expatriate circuit in late 19th century Europe. Hungry to experience the world, Isabel rejects a lucrative marriage proposal, stunning both her suitor and the relative

Writer (special)

2.
Circus, The (1989) as From Short Story
A dramatic special about an impressionable young girl's spellbinding introduction to the thrills and chills of an old-fashioned circus.
3.
Fig Tree, The (1987) as From Short Story
An adaptation of an autobiographical short story by Katherine Anne Porter about Miranda, a young girl motherless since infancy and obsessed with death. It is the death and burial of a chick and the intercession of her eccentric Great Aunt Eliza that allow Miranda to come to terms with the cycle of l
4.
Noon Wine (1985) as From Story ("Noon Wine")
The drama, adapted from a story by Katherine Anne Porter, tells of a Swedish immigrant who arrives on a small Texas farm at the turn of the century for work, is hired, and subsequently, and inadvertantly, causes the downfall of his employer when a suspicious visitor comes to call.

Misc. Crew (special)

5.
Katherine Anne Porter: The Eye of Memory (1986) as From Short Stories ("The Witness" "The Circus" "The Grave")
A psychological study of the writer, Katherine Anne Porter. The film uses dramatizations of three of Porter's early short stories containing the character of Miranda, a six-year-old, considered by many to be Porter's alter ego, who reveals much about the author's life.

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