Richardson -- acting with her mother, Vanessa Redgrave, who plays her aunt, and her aunt Lynn Redgrave, who plays her mother -- finds the story's grieving heart. Fiennes is her match in soulful artistry. show more
This is Merchant-Ivory's kind of showmanship, the unflashy adult variety of movie magic that they made their hallmark. show more
The film takes a long time to unfold, and some scenes feel inert. But ultimately, the conclusion is moving and satisfying. show more
August 29, 2011 tucsonjl
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I found nothing of any value, or interest, in this movie. I found Ralph Fiennes to be a source of irritation throughout the film.