Revealing Mr. Maugham

Revealing Mr. Maugham

Documentary film on the life and work of author W. Somerset Maugham. His life and work discussed by writers such as Armistead Maupin and Alexander McCall-Smith and experts such as Selina Hastings.

Documentary film on the life and work of author W. Somerset Maugham. His life and work discussed by writers such as Armistead Maupin and Alexander McCall-Smith and experts such as Selina Hastings. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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David W (fr) wrote: Disappointed. Despite some great cinematography, it just tries too hard to be cool, quirky and cult. So many "Taxi Driver" and Lynchian lifts, it's annoying. Ricci is great. On the whole, it feels like an ego trip. Style over substance. Yep, disappointed. A great film? Don't think so.

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Cooper H (es) wrote: A struggle to get through thanks to a bizarre story, but the cast stands out for giving horrible performances across the board. Even with big names, they struggle to deliver any lines convincingly.

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