In early 18th century England, a frail Queen Anne (Colman) occupies the throne and her close friend Lady Sarah (Weisz) governs the country in her stead. When a new servant Abigail (Stone) arrives, her charm endears her to Sarah.
When Lee Israel falls out of step with current tastes, she turns her art form to deception. An adaptation of the memoir Can You Ever Forgive Me?, the true story of best-selling celebrity biographer Lee Israel.
Richard E. Grant,
Olivier is fighting with his comrades at work against injustices, but one night his wife Laura leaves him and the kids on 9 and 6. He must now meet another struggle and face up to his new responsibilities. Can he find a new balance?
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Racists came out in full force on IMDB and Metacritic to downvote this, best they could bump it down to was a 7/10. It's actually hard to imagine an educated person having any issues with this movie. It's a beautifully shot, well written, technically impressive, emotional and moving story that touches on racism, romance, parenthood, and the human condition. It's true to it's name, its the closest you'll ever get to being spoken to by a place. You don't need to be a liberal to enjoy this, you don't need any political affiliation. Watch this as an individual, you will find enlightenment. Best film of the year.
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