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A melhor razão para vê-lo é Kristin Scott Thomas, absolutamente convincente como o frágil, mulher sociedade obcecada-status cuja extravagância não pode mascarar seu desespero, mas o diretor Martha Fiennes não consegue amarrar os demais muitos fios juntos. Ele se arrasta demasiado uma argumentação fragil demasiado lentamente para realmente encantar.
Long and cliched. But some good bits and THE cast.
Cast was perfect. Music and cinematography at really decent level. A really enjoyable piece of work. Especially Ben Chaplin, Damian Lewis and Penelope Cruz - brilliant work!
Creative directing and good cinematography. The characters are believable and portrayed beautifully by the strong cast. And the soundtrack is just great. On the other hand I think the movie is too detailed for its run and it lacks a certain spark to make everything make sense! So it's only an alright movie though it had the potential to be a great one.
Ralph Fiennes, Ian Holm, Kristin Scott Thomas are involved
Poor rich people and their problems.
800 ratings on IMDB? Really? only 800 people watched this movie (let's say a 1000), this is kinda weird. Under-rated movie by Ralph Fiennes' sister is pretty good. Since the name of the movie is Chromophobia, anything that had to do with colors was great. I find that 2 hours is a little long for this movie though. Really good actors, not sure to what extent the casting was perfect, because I could see other actors playing those roles except the one played by Rhys Ifans, he totally stole the show. Ralph Fiennes had a very limited character, while I never really liked Penelope Cruz and Damian Lewish, so fuck'em :)
A very underrated film.
A rare boring brittish film. Despite a strong cast the film didn't really go anywhere apart from it's pretty dull conclusion. Shocking that Rhys Ifans is not on the cast list mind.
life just happpens...and that's it.