Archipelago

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Robert

A quietly boring portrayal of a family in emotional crisis, apparently brought on by the fact that they have nothing else with which to occupy their time. However, the Scilly Isles look terrific.

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Yiru

The most uncomfortable, lengthy, and pointless ten hours of my life.

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Stav

The most uncomfortable, lengthy, and pointless two hours of my life.

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J

agreed, can't wait to talk all about it.

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Judith

deeply moving understated film about English owning class distress and the pain that it causes..Loved it

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Elizabeth

Sorry but I found it excruciatingly slow and pointless. I did like the location and the scenes about painting.

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jean

Beautifully filmed and dreamy scenery!

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Judith

Not good

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elaine

Slow. Precious. Without point. Sad.

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John

Dreadfully slow movie, like a reality TV show where they follow a family around filming everything that happens. I was hoping the whole time that something notable would occur, but it never did.

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