|Title:||Enslavement (The True Story Of Fanny Kemble)|
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My American Adventure.
On April 23, 2000, Enslavement: The True Story of Fanny Kemble premiered on the American television network Showtime. TV Guide's Robert Pardi critiqued Seymour's performance for "lack the emotional depth that might have transformed the fustian presentation of this material. Instead of giving a nuanced performance, Seymour seems content to impress viewers with her poised demeanor as she sullies her hoopskirts in the cause of freedom
Charles Bernstein, Composer: A Nightmare on Elm Street. Talented, prolific and versatile film composer Charles Bernstein was born on February 28, 1943 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He conducted his own orchestral music at age sixteen and studied composition with Vitorio Giannini and Vincent Persichetti at Juilliard. Bernstein also attended the University of California; he received an Outstanding Graduate. 2000 Enslavement: The True Story of Fanny Kemble (TV Movie). 2000 Picnic (TV Movie). 1998 Return with Honor (Documentary).
Although Enslavement is essentially Kemble’s story, director James Keach’s elaborate costumer feels more like a tribute to his wife, star Jane Seymour, than to the maverick actress turned abolitionist. Kemble, a reluctant actress born into a theatrical family, disliked the notion of playing out someone else’s life and longed for adventures of her own. A prolific writer and poet, Kemble kept journals of her tumultuous life with Butler, especially of the time she spent in Georgia trying to improve the living conditions of 600 slaves on her husband’s plantation.
Enslavement: The True Story of Fanny Kemble. The film depicts the story of British actress and abolitionist Fanny Kemble, who becomes horrified by the treatment of her husband's enslaved people. Fortunes of Captain Blood. Despite its negative reception, the film received several nominations. Composer Charles Bernstein earned a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Music Composition for a Miniseries, Movie, or a Special. The Art Directors Guild gave a nomination for Excellence in Production Design for a Television Movie or Mini-Series to production designer Eric Fraser and art director Astra Burka. Akinnuoye-Agbaje received a nomination for Best Supporting Actor in Network/Cable at the 2001 Black Reel Awards.
Tired of touring the provinces, British stage legend Fanny Kemble (Jane Seymour) accepts the proposal of Pierce Butler (Keith Carradine), a dashing American plantation owner. Ingenuous Fanny doesn't mind abandoning her career but balks at betraying her principles. Unfortunately, gallant Pierce has lied about freeing his slaves.
|2||Fanny With Slave Children||1:04|
|3||Honeymoon And Love Scene||1:46|
|6||Arrival In Georgia||1:53|
|8||Tour Of Slave Quarters||1:50|
|9||Doc And Fanny's Love||2:20|
|12||Diary By The Water||1:11|
|15||Diary And Horse Ride||1:14|
|18||Leaving Butler Island||1:16|