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All Critics (26)
| Top Critics (7)
| Fresh (17)
| Rotten (9)
| DVD (4)
The Winter Guest is a pleasure to watch, if only (but not only) for the chance to see Thompson. She is a continually revealing artist.
Moving as flawlessly and gracefully across the movie screen as the snow on its mute, chilly Scottish landscape, the film inspires amazement and awe as the work of novice director, Alan Rickman.
Well-made but dreary mother-daughter conflict
The film's modest goals are met, and the austere technical aspects of the production further preserve the film's reserve.
A warm and winning film about the blessings of human connections.
The film deals with personal inter-generational interactions in a manner that is touching and realistic.
Acted with depth and acuity by its ensemble cast.
Rickman's directorial debut is technically sound but the plot drags despite the best efforts of Emma Thompson and Phyllida Law.
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