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The Making of a Lady is a UK mystery/thriller set in the mid-19th century, in which Emily, an impoverished young woman, marries into a wealthy family, but finds herself in the midst of a bitter battle for the family wealth.
The film contains themes of family envy and criminal conspiracy, as well as allusion to domestic violence and accidental death by drowning.
A character is rendered semi-conscious by being struck over the head with a rock. It also contains an implied death by gunshot, and brief post-action depictions of the wound.
The film contains one scene of implied commencement of sexual activity under covers.
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