A medieval English village is swept up in a controversy of superstition, deception, and murder, as a soldier arrives in town claiming to have murdered a local citizen, while a woman is accused by the villagers of using witchcraft to turn the dead man into a dog. Kenneth Branagh, Cherie Lunghi, and Bernard Hepton star in the supernatural-tinged suspenser "The Lady's Not for Burning" (1987); written by Christopher Fry. Then, this television adaptation of a 1938 Elizabeth Bowen novel, "The Death of a Heart" (1987), powerfully dramatizes the story of a teenage orphan girl (JoJo Cole) who moves to London in the 1930s only to become embroiled in a difficult romance with a family friend (Daniel Chatto). Robert Hardy, Miranda Richardson also star. Five-disc set also includes "Emma" (1996), "Jane Eyre" (1997), and "The Woman in White" (1997). 8 3/4 hrs. total. Standard/Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English; Subtitles: English (SDH).