as Stephen Tulloch
as Edward Aylesbury
as Marcus Aylesbury
as Iona Aylesbury
as Penelope Aylesbury
as Geoffrey Wharton
as Orlando Aylesbury
Critic Reviews for Chromophobia
Quite how this segues into a grand finale defining bathos to the strains of Beethoven almost beggars description, but failed seriousness to this degree of screaming awfulness is choice indeed - unfortunately, for all the wrong reasons.
Save for one sentimental subplot, the writer-director clearly doesn't care for these people very much. Nor is there much reason for viewers to care, either.
It's hard to get past an almost sadistic aloofness in the storytelling, and several of Fiennes's flapping plot strands wither on the vine.
One is unsure what the menu is meant to be in this satire/drama/melodrama.
Audience Reviews for Chromophobia
It's definitely a strong movie, with interesting characters and solid performances but nothing in the story or plot justifies the length of it...
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