The movie version of The Remains Of The Day starred Emma Thompson, Anthony Hopkins and Christopher Reeve.
What does TROTD stand for?
TROTD stands for The Remains of the Day (novel)
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Other successes included triple Oscar winner Howards End in 1992 and The Remains of the Day.
Together, they brought out a series of confident, well furnished adaptations including James's The Europeans (1979), The Bostonians (1982) and The Golden Bowl (2000), EM Forster's A Room With A View (1985), Maurice (1989), and Howards End (1992); they also adapted Kazuo Ishiguro's The Remains Of The Day (1993), which was set in a country house in the 1930s, with Anthony Hopkins as the repressed butler, struggling with his feelings for Emma Thompson's housekeeper.