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Mrs. Soffel

Mrs. Soffel

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No one thought death row inmate Ed Biddle would escape the hangman's noose. Most of all, no one in 1901 Pittsburgh imagined his accomplice in a daring jailbreak would be Kate Soffel, the warden's wife.

Directed by Gillian Armstrong (My Brilliant Career, 1994's Little Women), Mrs. Soffel is the astonishing true story of two people, two prisons. One inmate is handsome, desperate Ed (Mel Gibson), who, along with his brother Jack (Matthew Modine), restlessly awaits his fate. The other is Kate (Diane Keaton), who's only vaguely aware of the iron bars her personal life has shuttered around her. Love becomes the power that lifts them out of their cages - and emboldens their hopeless dash for freedom.

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    Title: Mrs. Soffel
    Genre: Drama-Romantic Drama
    Starring: Diane Keaton, Mel Gibson, Max Gail, Edward Herrmann, Trini Alvarado, Harley Cross, Terry O'Quinn
    Director: Gillian Armstrong
    Attributes: Manufactured on Demand, Amaray Case, Dubbed, Subtitled
    Release Date: 2/21/2017
    Original Year: 1984
    Product Type: DVD
    Region: 5
    Rated: PG13
    Catalog #: 1000639461
    UPC: 888574474553
    Item #: 1781301X

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 2/21/2017
    Run Time: 112 minutes
    Studio: Warner Archives