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- 62/100 based on 1,800 votes
  • Released: 2005
  • Runtime: 136 mins
  • Director: Martha Fiennes
  • Studio: Quinta Communications
  • Genres: Drama

A bourgeois family slowly comes apart at the seams.... (Full plot summary below)

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A bourgeois family slowly comes apart at the seams.

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Shadows on the Wall - 7/10 by Rich Cline Digs into modern life in some very interesting ways, even though it's not always easy to see the point of it all.
Daily Telegraph (UK) - 6/10 by Tim Robey It's hard to get past an almost sadistic aloofness in the storytelling, and several of Fiennes's flapping plot strands wither on the vine. - 6/10 by Anna Smith A lengthy ensemble piece that's emotionally distant but rarely dull.
Film4 - 6/10 by James Mottram Not quite the British Magnolia it wants to be, Chromophobia's melting pot plot is too often little more than overheated melodrama. But aided by Damian Lewis's strong turn, it still manages some unexpectedly poignant moments.
Total Film - 4/10 by Neil Smith Given the implausible contrivances that link these disparate protagonists, though, it's hard to care much about any of them in a chilly drama whose sleek aesthetic masks a hollow soul.
Sky Cinema - 4/10 by Tim Evans Chromophobia, incidentally, is an irrational fear of colour. Someting we could have done with a bit more of.
ViewLondon - 4/10 by Matthew Turner The performances are fine but the multiple story strands never really add up to much and the film fails to engage on an emotional level.
Empire Magazine - 4/10 by William Thomas Kristin Scott Thomas is marvellous but director Martha Fiennes fails to tie together all the remaining plot strands convincingly.
Time Out - 2/10 by Trevor Johnston Quite how this segues into a grand finale defining bathos to the strains of Beethoven almost beggars description, but failed seriousness to this degree of screaming awfulness is choice indeed - unfortunately, for all the wrong reasons.
User Review - 8/10 by kamyar m There are two different roads leading to corruption: Power and Poverty! But actually poor corrupted people are more humane and vulnerable! However the pattern seems too cliched and too conventional, Martha Fiennes's approach to a short-cuts-style-narrative gives the film much energy, drive and strength that it seems too easy to be fascinated by this one! Great cast, great concept of music selection and great storytelling! It is strange that this one comes from the director of spiritless ONEGIN!
User Review - 8/10 by rajiv 2 A very good, tho fairly depressing movie. Some fantastic acting, particularly from the lovely Damian Lewis, Kristin Scott Thomas and Holm. Quite clever to see all of the characters interact and affect each others lives by the end even tho some of them don't know each other. Enjoyable to watch for the acting talent, but not one to watch if you are looking for lighthearted fare or are feeling depressed!
User Review - 8/10 by Dariush C Really good film. I liked the style of it. The acting was good but one or two charcters were unlikeable

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