The Painter and the Thief
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The performance of a lifetime, Hall really killed it in this bio-drama. Although, the direction and screenplay could be better.
Outstanding performances in this hard hitting drama leading to the shocking climax.
Great performances in this real life, tragic character study
Made through the first 53 minutes that was about absolutely nothing. Some of the worst acting I have seen..
Christine is a heartbreaking look into one struggling woman’s life written with compassion and anchored by Rebecca Hall’s powerful but heart wrenching performance.
Depending on taste, mood, and plot interest, one can dive into the last moments and mindset of a remembered but not too often recalled person and event facing mental health.
Rebecca Hall is amazing.
This biographical drama about the life and death of the eponymous first American news anchor who committed suicide live on television is more more unsettlingly to watch when a heartbreaking performance from Rebecca Hall is muted in a lukewarm dramatisation of her battles with loneliness, depression and misogyny.
Rebecca Hall is great, Michael Hall, not so much. He's a caricature. Annoying performance that's distracting.
Even though you might know where the story leads, it does not compromise your experience with the journey. Christine offers a beautifully acted portrait of a woman that fights her inner demons, but ultimately goes down a self-destructive path.