Ladies in Lavender – Filtered
Two aging spinster sisters have their peaceable Cornwall existence disrupted in 1936 when they take a young Polish violinist into their care. After a particularly violent storm, Ursula and Janet Widington awake to find young man Andrea half-drowned and badly injured on the beach. They slowly discover that he is Polish with a gift for music as an accomplished violinist, hoping to find his way to America. But the village isn’t used to visitors and everyone, with the exception of the sisters, are full of suspicions, especially when Andrea develops a friendship with a beautiful Russian woman vacationing nearby. Eventually, the two sisters must make a choice between trying to keep their new charge for themselves or setting him free.
“Ladies in Lavender” is a clean film with a good plot. In this movie two elderly ladies take care of a man washed ashore. He is a famous violinist. They let him live with them and Ursula (one of the ladies) was almost obsessed with him and would get jealous if he left or was with another woman. It was like a reminder of her past. In the end she realized she had to come to reality and let go of the past. It was a clean film-nothing vulgar and no bad language or violence. Due to the mature theme and drinking, we recommend it for ages twelve and above.