Mary Poppins Returns
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Grief and a messy shared history hang in the air like a river mist that won't clear, and the two lead stars make it worthwhile.
Both Bottomley and Madeley are excellent at capturing the subtleties and downright insanity of the characters they play.
I liked this modest film, its unusual setting, its new-folk music (by Troubadour Rose) and its conscious echoes of A Streetcar Named Desire.
The film's visual assets are clearer than its batty storytelling.
The movie isn't perfect and arguably doesn't quite come together at the end, but it works as an intense and bizarre psychological drama, and the Kent landscape is gorgeously evoked.
Beautifully shot and mostly well executed. Lea and her cast are worth looking out for.
Aside from the first-rate cinematography and editing, it's is so disappointingly arch that we struggle to believe anything, even as it touches on important themes.
What begins as a tender romance soon enough devolves into overwrought melodrama.
Tennessee Williams might struggle with the idea of inspiring this project.
Its simplicity is both effective and deceptive-a testament to the script's intelligence and to the actors' beguiling (if slightly histrionic) performances.
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