Tag Archives: Keira Knightley

Anna Karenina ****

‘All the world’s a stage…’ seems to be the line from which this film builds its primary metaphor. The opening sequence is visually stunning: we see Matthew MacFayden atop a sumptuous stage, decked in gold and filigree and being tended … Continue reading

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A Dangerous Method **

In a film about psychiatry, Freud and Jung are surprisingly the least interesting characters. This wordy and long winded drama fails to engage the audience emotionally, with an atmosphere as cold and scientific as the calculating psychologists involved. Despite her … Continue reading

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