The Bookshop (2018)
Critic Consensus: A rare adaptation that sticks too closely to its source material, The Bookshop's meticulously crafted world building gets lost in its meandering pace.
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as Florence Green
as Mr. Brundish
as Milo North
as Mrs. Violet Gamart
as Mr. Raven
as Mr. Thornton
as Mr. Keble
as Mr. Gill
as Mrs. Gipping
as Ivy Welford
as Mr. Deben
as Peter Gipping
as Mrs. Keble
as Mrs. Deben
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The Bookshop is a gentle, quiet film in which not a whole lot happens... But it's beautifully evocative of the musty, inviting smell of a bookshop on a cool day, or of the nostalgic pleasure of old photographs
Hang a CLOSED sign in the window: it's another film with a strong female character that's cushioned in the safety and comfort of the recent past.
For a movie that is about a collection of oddballs, it can sometimes feel rather generic. But at its core, the film is not a comedy at all. The eccentricities issue from real adversity.
"The Bookshop" isn't an especially good film, but there's no shortage of good in it.
It's a strange film: small, sad (without being tragic) and yet sweet without being syrupy.
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