The Romantic Englishwoman

The Romantic Englishwoman
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Thembi

The cinematography at the end saved this movie. The juxtaposition and symbolism, subtle yet strong, but not worth the 2hr buildup

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Elena

I liked it.It was very odd,not predictable, which can be a good thing.

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Judith

I only okay

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Pamela

Sorry, I've seen too many of the rich, bored women films. I never understand them having had to work my whole life. Doesn't work, stays at home but still needs a live-in babysitter. Are we supposed to relate to her to her or be sympathetic to her plight? The nice guy husband is a successful ...Read more

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Justine

Relationship dynamics + some low-key glamour. I was pretty into it.

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Hedy

I had to turn it off after a while; the not-very-nice mind-games left me cold.
That's what they call witty?

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Teresa

A dull take on what could have been a more interesting story.

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Allie

Enjoyable, mainly as a 1970s drama. Not the most riveting storyline. Sort of sparse. Glenda Jackson is very good.

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