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Kimberly M (au) wrote: Very enlightening, sad, but beautiful story, Rachel was always full of hope and wisdom. A movie worth watching.
Tom T (jp) wrote: Not really what i ve expected and its more sad than funny
Nancy F (br) wrote: I LOVED IT it was so beautiful and I cried a lot omg
Hatem A (gb) wrote: 3.5/4.0This little-seen British gem from writer-director Julian Fellowes (Oscar-winning writer of "Gosford Park" in his directorial debut) is definitely one worth seeing. The always-reliable Tom Wilkinson delivers a perfectly subtle performance as wealthy London solicitor James Manning whose marriage to younger housewife Anne (Emily Watson) is jeopardized when they encounter near their countryside hideaway a neighbor (Rupert Everett) from a very wealthy local family who just returned from the US. In the meantime, a hit-and-run in the countryside claims the life of the husband of the Manning's housekeeper. What is great about this movie is that it plays out simply and quietly. It could have easily been made into a thriller. And although there are some twists in the plot, they are not unraveled in a way that aims to leave viewers in awe. This, in a way, is the tale of two love stories told as the investigation of a possible murder takes place. There is no good or bad guy. All characters are flawed in a way. It has so much to offer in an 80 minute running time yet doesn't feel rushed at all. Based on the 1951 novel "A Way Through the Wood" by Nigel Balchin.
m k (es) wrote: I thought this was quite bad.
Wright J (fr) wrote: Occasionally I see a film that I believe is very important and should be digested by people I love and/or hope to be happy. This is an earnest attempt that succeeds and does give a view of the human condition and what must be endured with empathy and support. The acting is top rate.
Chandler M (ca) wrote: Critics can hate all they want. My advice -- watch it! Personally, I really enjoyed it.
Senor C (ca) wrote: Down beaten w/out a climax; the story of 2 loser boxers on the rise & fall. Every performance is excellent from Stacy Keach, Jeff Bridges, 'Coach Nicholas Colasanto & Susan Tyrrell who might even give Mickey Rourke a run for drunk of the Millennium. Sorta loses out coming out in 72 against The Godfather but it is just testament to the fantastic movies that came out in the 70s..Fat City should be sought out
Bonnie S (ru) wrote: I loved this rendition of one of my favorite plays. David Tennant was incredible, the costumes were awesome and the set design was intriguing.