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.

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Los Angeles Times - 10/10 by Kenneth Turan The Invisible Woman is an exceptional film about love, longing and regret. It's further proof, if proof were needed, that classic filmmaking done with passion, sensitivity and intelligence results in cinema fully capable of blowing you away.
Variety - 10/10 by Scott Foundas So 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 McCarthy A 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.
New York Magazine (Vulture) - 9/10 by David Edelstein With her swanlike neck and ever-flushing complexion, Felicity Jones has a perfect nineteenth-century look, but there’s something forward and modern about her physiognomy, her huge eyes and strong nose and overbite. As she gazes down in enforced modesty, you feel her soul about to burst. The performance is startlingly vivid.
RogerEbert.com - 9/10 by Godfrey Cheshire The film represents a formidable achievement for Fiennes as both actor and director.
Village Voice - 9/10 by Nick Schager The Invisible Woman finds Ralph Fiennes proving as adept behind the camera as he is in front of it.
USA Today - 9/10 by Claudia Puig A meticulously rendered, tasteful and moving period drama.
Charlotte Observer - 8/10 by Lawrence Toppman Fiennes isn’t naturally an outgoing performer, and he’s playing the most extroverted author in English history. So he does his best work in intimate moments, when Dickens finds himself at a loss for words.
Philadelphia Inquirer - 8/10 by Steven Rea Jones (Like Crazy) gives Nelly's tragic plight a palpable anguish. There is no doubt that Dickens - who was mad about theater, about acting, about inhabiting other lives onstage and in the pages of his books - was in love with Nelly.
The Globe and Mail (Toronto) - 8/10 by Liam Lacey The Invisible Woman is, fair warning, leisurely in its pace.
Time Out - 8/10 by Joshua Rothkopf The movie deepens as Nelly, destined for the gossip columns and a peripheral attachment, becomes painfully aware of her own fragility (Jones’s performance is devastating).
Indiewire - 8/10 by Eric Kohn Though suffering from dry patches and a fairly mannered approach, The Invisible Woman eventually makes its way to a powerful final third documenting an ultimately tragic romance in deeply felt terms.

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