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Sep 16, 2018

“Its subversive undercurrent, embodied in fine performances by Emily Mortimer and Bill Nighy, is what makes it really interesting.” Jonathan Holland, Hollywood Reporter.

Sep 16, 2018

“Its subversive undercurrent, embodied in fine performances by Emily Mortimer and Bill Nighy, is what makes it really interesting.” Jonathan Holland, Hollywood Reporter.

Sep 16, 2018

“Its subversive undercurrent, embodied in fine performances by Emily Mortimer and Bill Nighy, is what makes it really interesting.” Jonathan Holland, Hollywood Reporter.

Sep 15, 2018

“Its subversive undercurrent, embodied in fine performances by Emily Mortimer and Bill Nighy, is what makes it really interesting.” Jonathan Holland, Hollywood Reporter.

Sep 14, 2018

“Its subversive undercurrent, embodied in fine performances by Emily Mortimer and Bill Nighy, is what makes it really interesting.” Jonathan Holland, Hollywood Reporter.

Sep 14, 2018

“Its subversive undercurrent, embodied in fine performances by Emily Mortimer and Bill Nighy, is what makes it really interesting.” Jonathan Holland, Hollywood Reporter.

Sep 14, 2018

“Its subversive undercurrent, embodied in fine performances by Emily Mortimer and Bill Nighy, is what makes it really interesting.” Jonathan Holland, Hollywood Reporter.

Sep 09, 2018

“Glenn Close is magnificent and exudes a hypnotic screen presence in this affecting drama.” Jordan Raup, The Film Stage.

A wife (Glenn Close) questions her life choices as she travels to Stockholm with her husband (Jonathan Pryce), where he is slated to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature.

R; 100 minutes

Sep 09, 2018

“Glenn Close is magnificent and exudes a hypnotic screen presence in this affecting drama.” Jordan Raup, The Film Stage.

A wife (Glenn Close) questions her life choices as she travels to Stockholm with her husband (Jonathan Pryce), where he is slated to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature.

R; 100 minutes

Sep 09, 2018

“Glenn Close is magnificent and exudes a hypnotic screen presence in this affecting drama.” Jordan Raup, The Film Stage.

A wife (Glenn Close) questions her life choices as she travels to Stockholm with her husband (Jonathan Pryce), where he is slated to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature.

R; 100 minutes

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