An interesting reworking of a Jane Austen novel, with a standout performance by Frances McDormand.
As with many of Austen`s heroines Fanny is constrained by her family`s economic status - her mother married for love and now lives in parlous circumstances in Portsmouth with her many children and less than inspiring husband. Which is why Fanny...
Outstanding performances but painfully slow and ultimatelyn a deeply frustrating plot.
Lisa Cholodenko\'s second film after High Art moves to the West Coast of America, to Los Angeles, a world away from those uptight states in the East. Sam, Christian Bale, is in love with Alex, Kate Beckinsale, they\'re both graduates of Harvard...
Despite fine performances you can\'t see the forest for the trees.
Wayne (Robert Redford) and Eileen (Helen Mirren) live an idyllic life, having raised two children and built a successful business. Their world is shattered when disgruntled ex employee Arnold Mack (Willem Dafoe) kidnaps Wayne. What happens next...
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