One of the most celebrated war correspondents of our time, Marie Colvin is an utterly fearless and rebellious spirit, driven to the frontline of conflicts across the globe to give voice to the voiceless.
In 1892, after the Borden family welcomes a new Irish maid called Bridget Sullivan (Kristen Stewart), she and Lizzie (Chloë Sevigny) become friends. The friendship between these women becomes something more, even as Lizzie's relationship with her own parents unravels at a frightening level.Written by
Kristen Stewart dyed her hair back to her usual dark brown colour just prior to filming commencing in mid November '16. She had previously dyed it platinum blonde due to her having some months free from any filming commitments. See more »
Abbey was killed in the guest bedroom while remaking the bed the Uncle slept in. See more »
It really is difficult to harbor sympathy for someone
who will not make even the slightest effort to help herself.
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Ebben? Ne Andrò Lontana From 'La Wally', Act I
Written by Alfredo Catalani
Performed by Maria Luigia Borsi and the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Yves Abel
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I wouldn't think of this as a Lizzie Borden retelling but of a suspense drama that happens to use the characters/names. In a world where men were notoriously brutal and cold, and women were viewed as sub-human - this captures a less than desirable era in time.... and perhaps the real Lizzie just snapped.
It is definitely a slow moving film, moving towards what some might call anti-climactic, but I liked how they filmed the killings and thought the end was worth the wait.
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