Christine

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Adam

Dialog was not authentic for the period, and cinematography is not great, so it doesn't feel like 1974 at all. Story was not well directed as a drama. Still, very much worth watching just for the strong acting.

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marjorie

Spellbinding and real. Brava Rebecca Hall.

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marjorie

Totally mesmerizing. Rebeca Hall is spellbinding and the casting of other actors and their performances plus the story and settings are brilliantly real. Such film making is so rare.

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Jeanette

Wow. Rebecca Hall. What a performance. I first saw her in Parade's End, and I've been awed by all of her work I've seen so far.
Very depressing story, so be prepared.

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PJ

A sad story but a wonderful portrayal by the vastly underrated Rebecca Hall. You're left wondering 'why'..but then again, many in Life really are.

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Alan

Excellent performances all around. Very good script. The portrayal was sympathetic, but in the end, uninsightful.

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Dayna

I can not think of another actor who could have done this film. She really inhabited the central character. I am for sure glad I saw this film.

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Judith

Good

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Allie

Excellent film. Rebecca Hall is very, very good. Christine was such an interesting and compelling character, I'm so glad to have learned about her through this.

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Chai

fantastic film. the soundtrack is a little unremarkable (one could easily make the argument it is to a point) but the performances by the cast, obviously rebecca in particular, are incredible. the film handles the subject beautifully. for those who don't know the story behind the film going ...Read more

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Lauren

An intimate telling of a very sad story. The performances were great across the board, especially Rebecca Hall. I'm interested to check out Kate Plays Christine next.

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Chelsea

Rebecca Hall's portrayal of Christine Chubbuck was the highlight of this film for me. Both disturbing and intriguing at the same time.

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