You can't imagine a better film adaptation than this one.
Virginia Woolf wrote Orlando in 1928 and there have been several attempts to film it over the years, but you can't imagine a better film adaptation than this one British director Sally Potter has made.
Artificial performances hurt authenticity of '60s London tale.
SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL: In Ginger & Rosa, Sally Potter’s look back at the tail end of England’s 'angry young man’ phase, the writer-director indicates that young (and older) women of the era had more than a bit to be angry about too....