To the Lighthouse

To the Lighthouse

A faithful dramatization of Virginia Woolf's novel. A lecturer, his family, the spinster Aunt Lily, an old friend, and a student, Charles Tansley, spend a summer in an isolated house in Cornwall just before World War I. The stern Mr. Ramsay scolds everybody, while Mrs. Ramsay is the linchpin in keeping the family together. Aunt Lily paints, and the family talk about sailing to the lighthouse, but the trip is always postponed.

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Carlos Q (es) wrote: It's a walk in a strawberry field.

Julie M (mx) wrote: Saw this at a special screening this winter and it was beautiful and heart-wrenching. Highly recommended!!!

Tom S (au) wrote: A bit contrived but well done. Told a good story in a short time.

Georgi K (ag) wrote: Great movie! Good story! This movie brigns back hope in me that bulgarians can make real movies.

Karen H (jp) wrote: 2016-12-22 hubby downrated bcs not much special effects and F lead wasn't that pretty

Sky C (gb) wrote: Pretty nice! Isabella is improving, and Rainie just peform well as her character goes, the ending turn to be a bit suprising, positively.

Paul D (de) wrote: This is a gritty urban drama with a lot of sympathy for the characters who are seemingly always stuck in a rut.

Tom B (de) wrote: We loved this little b-noir. Intentional mixes well with unintentional humor and shows some heart amidst the always mysterious cinematography of John Alton. Very clever story-telling set-up, wonderfully sculpted black and white photography, creaky acting with a very fine and fun performance from Turhan Bey who reminded us of Orson Welles. In fact film seemed as though it may have been written with Welles in mind. Makes a great double bill with Nightmare Alley, which also stars Cathy O'Donnell and explores similar themes. Always surprising to see the degree of thematic focus in these noir films. With cinematic restrictions in full force part of the interest turned to the factual detailing of the landscape in an effort to avoid sensuality. The extreme result being the procedural documentary-style noirs, but on the other end we had the news-story inspired tales and melodramas, as this one might be. Headline stories. Great stuff, lovely plot turns, and classic moody atmosphere.

Matt H (mx) wrote: The "best" of the W.C. Fields films I've seen, and the vast majority of the reason for that has to do with Mae West. West isn't at the top of her game, but she's still a good screen presence. The plot is the least annoying I've seen from Fields as well.