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Set between the dying days of the Edwardian era and the end of World War I, "Parade's End" follows the conflicted relationship between conservative English aristocrat Christopher Tietjens, his beautiful but headstrong wife, Sylvia, and fearless young suffragette Valentine Wannop. Acclaimed playwright and screenwriter Tom Stoppard ("Empire of the Sun," "Shakespeare in Love") adapted the miniseries from four novels by Ford Madox Ford. BAFTA winner Susanna White directs the five-part drama.

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Christopher takes over for a commanding officer with a drinking problem; Sylvia attempts to keep her husband from building a future with Valentine.
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Christopher prepares recruits for battle; Sylvia decides to visit her husband in France; the chief of military police is angered by Christopher's leniency; Christopher is ordered to leave Campion's training unit.
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Christopher recovers from shell shock in France; Sylvia finds a new admirer; Edith and Macmaster plan a new life together; Valentine secures a teaching job in London.
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Sylvia and Christopher reunite; Christopher insists upon moving into a flat opposite Macmaster; after being asked to lie, Christopher quits his job and joins the army.
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Aristocrat Christopher Tietjens enters into a destructive marriage with a cruel socialite; Christopher resolves to remain faithful; Vincent Macmaster is drawn to the frustrated wife of a minister.

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