Nicholas Nickleby (2002)

Humble Mrs. Squeers

Mrs. Squeers (Juliet Stevenson) intends to bring Nickleby’s pride down, while Fanny (Heather Goldenhersh) has other ideas.

Directed by Douglas McGrath.

Released in 2002 by MGM.

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  • character-type: Daughter
  • character-type: Mother
  • character-type: Father
  • action: Eat
  • editors-choice: Insults / Comebacks
  • primary-genre: Drama
  • primary-genre: Foreign
  • secondary-genre: British Movies
  • secondary-genre: Dramas
  • secondary-genre: Dramas based on classic literature
  • secondary-genre: Dramas Based on Classic Literature
  • secondary-genre: British Period Pieces
  • secondary-genre: British Dramas
  • secondary-genre: Period Pieces
  • mood: Funny
  • primary-occasion: Grab a Bite
  • secondary-occasion: Breakfast
  • setting: Kitchen
  • theme: Priorities
  • actor: Juliet Stevenson
  • actor: Heather Goldenhersh
  • actor: Helen Coker
  • actor: Jim Broadbent
  • director: Douglas McGrath
  • producer: Gail Egan
  • producer: Simon Channing Williams
  • producer: Robert How
  • producer: Jeff Sharp
  • producer: Robert Kessel
  • producer: Michael Hogan
  • producer: John Hart
  • cinematographer: Dick Pope
  • composer: Rachel Portman
  • editor: Lesley Walker
  • costume-designer: Ruth Myers
  • production-designer: Eve Stewart
  • role-name: Tilda
  • role-name: Little Wackford Squeers
  • role-name: Mrs. Squeers
  • role-name: Fanny Squeers
  • screenwriter: Charles Dickens
  • screenwriter: Douglas McGrath
  • year: 2002
  • studio: MGM