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Seeing a guy get almost sick pining for a woman he really can't have got boring very quickly. Pass on this one.
If you're a Rebecca Hall fan, this is a must. She's stunning, and her work is high quality like always. I see reviews mention Alan Rickman, but his presence is pretty scant. Richard Madden is sullen and withdrawn throughout, pretty one dimensional, so it becomes baffling why Rebecca falls for him. The cinematography is intriguing, and the look of the film is lovely. The romance is nice, inasmuch as Rebecca can carry it anyway, but once the couple have to separate, the whole narrative falls apart, and we never really reconnect with the characters. One odd thing, the story started out feeling like Rickman was grooming Madden to replace him in all things, including husband, but then sends Madden abroad, and near his death he seems jealous and disappointed. Maybe the book fleshes all this out better. But the movie proper is confusing, then kind of fizzles. Again, just watch it for Rebecca Hall.
Alan Rickman certainly saves the entire film from being utterly forgettable.
I'm going to say something improper: this film in the movie equivalent of blue balls. So disappointing.
It starts off good, but falls apart and then can't end soon enough.
Period romance with a good appearance and style, but a much used love-triangle storyline.
I watched the beginning and was bored, I skipped around the middle and was bored, I jumped to the end and was still bored. Seriously, this was an overly dramatic bit of sappy fluff.
Haunting. Beautiful. Sad. Seeing Alan Rickman [who actually looks ill in this movie] brought great sadness to me, even while watching him give an amazing performance. A lovely movie that I enjoyed very much.
Starts off well enough but then just drags along with the the unrequited love. Not worth watching.
Honestly...you people are Neanderthals