The Invisible Woman
The Invisible Woman

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At the height of his career, Charles Dickens meets a younger woman who becomes his secret lover until his death.... (Full plot summary below)

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At the height of his career, Charles Dickens meets a younger woman who becomes his secret lover until his death.

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The Hollywood Reporter - 10/10 by Todd McCarthyA career high point for Ralph Fiennes as both an actor and director, this unfussy and emotionally penetrating work also provides lead actress Felicity Jones with the prime role in which she abundantly fulfills the promise suggested in some of her earlier small films.
Variety - 10/10 by Scott FoundasSo tastefully mounted and brilliantly acted that it wears down even the corset-phobic’s innate resistance to such things.
Los Angeles Times - 10/10 by Kenneth TuranIt turns out to be as compellingly dramatic as anything [Dickens] put on the page.
Arts Fuse - 9/10 by Gerald PearyDickens's love is touching in a Chekhovian way.It can only bring sorrow, as it is not returned by the young woman he covets. That's the gutsy decision of the filmmakers.
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette - 9/10 by Philip MartinWhile there is a certain languidness of pace that might put off a certain kind of modern moviegoer, Fiennes manages to convey a sense of period that runs deeper than Merchant-Ivory or Downton Abbey nostalgia
RogerEbert.com - 9/10 by Godfrey CheshireTold with a finely calibrated poetic obliqueness that draws the viewer into the relationship's gradual unfolding, the film represents a formidable achievement for Fiennes as both actor and director.
Village Voice - 9/10 by Nick SchagerThe Invisible Woman finds Ralph Fiennes proving as adept behind the camera as he is in front of it.
New York Magazine (Vulture) - 9/10 by David EdelsteinIn some scenes, Fiennes is too free with the handheld camera. But he does make the movie all-aquiver, rich in feeling.
Groucho Reviews - 9/10 by Peter CanaveseCrucially, we stay at the side of the conflicted Nelly, and Jones proves as powerful in nuanced moments of quiet emotional availability as in Nelly's few, stirring allowances to speak truth to male privilege
Chicago Daily Herald - 9/10 by Dann GireBoth Scanlan and Fiennes are splendid performers, but this movie belongs to Felicity Jones.

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