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    Ladies in Lavender (2004) Cute movie. Two sisters at their beach house in Cornwall for some relaxation are interrupted when a mystery man washes up on the beach and they decide to nurse him back to health. Turns out he's a violinist headed for America when his ship encountered trouble. Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Daniel Brühl...18a

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Ladies in Lavender.