White Mischief

"In a world of wife swapping, drugs and chocolate covered lobsters, murder seemed so uncivilised."

White Mischief is a film from 1987 starring Charles Dance and Greta Scacchi. Based in the 1940s, this movie highlights the true events that took place during the Happy Valley murder case in Kenya. It has a run time of 107 minutes and is rated R. Happy Valley is a place where British aristocrats live their lives drinking, doing drugs, and taking part in various sexual affairs to pass their time. The murder of Josslyn Hay, the Earl of Erroll, brings questions after an affair with Diana Delves Broughton, wife of Sir John Henry Delves Broughton. The couple splits peacefully but this does not stop Sir John Henry from being a prime suspect in the murder of the Earl as all evidence points to him.

For a mystery and thriller, look no further. White Mischief keeps you on the edge of your seat wondering who could be the culprit behind such detailed affairs. A true story as well, you will love the drama and romance behind the main themes.

| 1987 | 1 hr 47 min | 6.3/10
Greta Scacchi, Charles Dance, Joss Ackland, Sarah Miles
Columbia Pictures
Michael Radford
White Mischief
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UK rental VHS trailer reel: White Mischief opening and closing (1988, RCA/Columbia)|15:13