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Exclusive: Summer In February Poster
Downton Abbey By Sea?

13 May 2013  |  Written by Phil de Semlyen  |  Source: Metrodome

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If you like Cornish vistas, horses or Downton Abbey's Dan Stevens, boy, do we have a treat for you. The new poster for romantic drama Summer In February has fallen into our hands, and it boast all three to giddy up your Monday morning. We can even throw in the boyish charms of Dominic Cooper and Emily 'Sucker Punch' Browning for good measure.


This ensemble is overseen by director Christopher Menaul, the man who brought the Rutger Hauer-starring Fatherland to the small screen. In this case, the story is an adaptation of Jonathan Smith's 1995 novel which centres on a resolutely old-fashioned artist community led by Cooper's Alfred Munnings, a gifted painter and figurehead of the anti-Modernist Lamorna Group.

The Cornish coastline plays host to a love triangle between Munnings, his young protégé Florence Carter-Wood (Browning) and estate manager Gilbert Evans (Stevens). The location work will, no doubt, be inspiring and the period setting should appeal to the Downton Abbey set, but we're most looking forward to seeing Howard Stark add painting to his formidable array of talents.

Summer In February is out across the UK on June 14.


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