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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Los Angeles Times - 10/10 by Kenneth TuranIt turns out to be as compellingly dramatic as anything [Dickens] put on the page.
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.
The Hollywood Reporter - 10/10 by Todd McCarthyA first-rate portrait of Charles Dickens's secret affair with a young actress.
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
Fresno Bee - 9/10 by Rick BentleyDespite being saddled with all of the demands that come with directing, Fiennes turns in one of the best performances of his career.
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
Paste Magazine - 9/10 by Geoff BerkshireThis is only Fiennes' second directorial effort -- following the gutsy 2011 Shakespeare adaptation Coriolanus -- but it's already clear he's as indispensable a director as he is an actor.
Chicago Daily Herald - 9/10 by Dann GireBoth Scanlan and Fiennes are splendid performers, but this movie belongs to Felicity Jones.
Toronto Star - 9/10 by Bruce DemaraRalph Fiennes both stars (as Dickens) and directs with an exacting eye to period detail and there are great performances across the board, among them Felicity Jones as Nelly Ternan and Kristin Scott Thomas as her mother, Catherine.

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