Biography / Drama / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 66%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 85%
IMDb Rating 6.5 10 2,796


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December 29, 2020



Fiona Shaw as Elizabeth Philpot
Gemma Jones as Molly Anning
Kate Winslet as Mary Anning
Saoirse Ronan as Charlotte Murchison
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English 2.0
23.976 fps
120 min
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English 2.0
23.976 fps
120 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by ggboot 10 / 10 / 10

I Get It

This is a beautiful minimalist film. People call this movie unpassionate, but they have missed the sublety of what's going on. Every look, every touch, every moment, every sound, and every silence means something. I love this film for what it is. My only caveat is that the girl meets girl but has a husband/boyfriend trope has been beaten like a dead horse. Why can't two women just fall in love without there being a man involved? Other than that, it's a beautiful film. I get it.

Reviewed by atractiveeyes 6 / 10 / 10

So Beautiful

It's nice and full of emotions. The story is beautiful and flows beautifully with a very good pace and great characters development. The performances by both Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan are so strong and Oscar worthy. The movie has some beautiful deep lines and also full of beautiful loud silence. Cinematography is stunning with many beautiful sceneries. Sets and costumes are nice too. Although the movie is so nice and I truly love, I still could feel that it's not new or original to me.

Reviewed by richard-72616 6 / 10 / 10

Loved the film, disliked what it did for Mary Anning

I enjoyed the film. I didn't enjoy fictionalising a real person. Having a pop at yesterday's moral's and how they still impinge on us today is something that could have been done without hijacking a real person. A real person who deserves her story telling properly. Even the BBC article I read said this film wasn't a gender issue film, it was a class issue film, with many men and women suffering what she suffered. If anything gender was a side issue. The gender issue would have been an issue within it's own class, not across classes. But they want to lose that because it doesn't fit the modern tick box exercise and all us working class thickies wouldn't be capable of putting two things together. In fact the same insult is levelled at us still! Maybe I'm being a little harsh. That said, I really enjoyed it as a film. The pace reflected the situation, the acting was brilliant, Kate Winslet expression was a brick wall, but when she eventually succumbed to smile it was beautiful. The story was gorgeous. My criticism lies with the writer/director for picking Mary Anning name to write fiction against. If you are writing a film about her, actually focus on her life, yes you can embellish, but embellish the truth, not that it would need that.

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