Barbara Wyatt-Hollis is an English professor who begins to fall under the effects of Alzheimer's. The film documents her decline and the emotional turmoil it causes for her. It also show ... See full summary »

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Nominated for 2 Golden Globes. Another 8 wins & 5 nominations. See more awards »

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Barbara Wyatt-Hollis is an English professor who begins to fall under the effects of Alzheimer's. The film documents her decline and the emotional turmoil it causes for her. It also show how the changes impact her husband, George, and their children. The film also looks at the process by which families can be educated and supported to deal with the impact of the disease, as well what is done for those afflicted. Written by C.D.

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21 May 1985 (USA)  »

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Maudlin, but a brilliant performance by Ms Woodward
11 May 2005 | by See all my reviews

The plot is maudlin, but the performance by Ms Woodward is the best *ever* performance of someone acting as mentally ill. I spent a couple of years of my professional life observing patients with dementia as they sank further into mental oblivion and Ms Woodward was so convincing I found myself at several points reaching for a note pad to make case notes. The classic mistake often made by actors portraying people with dementia is either to look vacant or act forgetful. Both are part of what's required, of course, but there is a great deal of subtlety required as well and Ms Woodward is more than up to the task. It's not the happiest movie you'll ever see, but the failure to release this gem on DVD while a plethora of lesser drivel gets released on a daily basis is a great pity.


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