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It is interesting that the cover of this movie has Kenneth Branagh in big letters, when he was not a major character in it.
However, it was a beautiful movie that worked to contrast the different ideals of womanhood and youth and age.
Beautiful scenes of family/ friend relation, art creation and time progression. Great backdrop on the water... and some brilliant scenes with the background noise of their voices spurring them on. Character studies were interesting, but kind of a dull slow movie.
One of my all-time favorites.