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
Any resemblance between this film and "Casablanca" is purely deliberate. show more
The director has staged the elaborate production in his usual stately but impressive manner, and the production values boast the usual Merchant/Ivory stamp of quality. show more
I found nothing of any value, or interest, in this movie. I found Ralph Fiennes to be a source of irritation throughout the film.