Can you believe it’s been three years since Tulip Fever was shot in Norfolk?

Screengrabs from the Tulip Fever trailer. Picture: The Weinstein Co/YouTube

Screengrabs from the Tulip Fever trailer. Picture: The Weinstein Co/YouTube - Credit: Supplied

Filming for Justin Chadwick's 17th century drama, Tulip Fever, wrapped in Norwich on June, 19 2014.

Three years on and the film still lacks a UK cinematic release date.

Several scenes were shot in Norfolk, bringing stars such as Dame Judi Dench, Alicia Vikander and Dane DeHaan to the county.

Adapted from the novel by Deborah Moggach, the film follows Sophia, a young married woman who has an affair with an artist commissioned to paint her portrait.

A new trailer released by The Weinstein Company in April, revealed that American audiences would be able to see the film from Tuesday, August 25.

Autumn comes in June to the Norwich cathedral cloister for the final day of filming Tulip Fever. Pho

Autumn comes in June to the Norwich cathedral cloister for the final day of filming Tulip Fever. Photo: Bill Smith

Holkham's expansive stretch of sand and big skies can be seen in the trailer, which also features shots of the Cloisters and Nave at Norwich Cathedral.


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Autumn comes in June to the Norwich cathedral cloister for the final day of filming Tulip Fever. Pho

Autumn comes in June to the Norwich cathedral cloister for the final day of filming Tulip Fever. Photo: Bill Smith - Credit: Bill Smith - Archant

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