Loved the story and the acting was superb, all around. It's very much a relationship movie for the
over 50 crowd, with the characters facing real life dilemmas. But the script was unusually good and each character showed a different, unexpected side just when you thought they were going to do or say the obvious. I was pleasantly surprised. And, if you're a Dustin or Emma fan, you'll enjoy their dialogues and the subtle humor. Loved the cinematography and pacing, as these characters walk through the streets of a rarely seen side of London. There's a nice aspect of life reflection and more than a few truths woven in.
This movie will surprise you! While I didn't care for the intense music, or violent aspects, I have
to confess that the excellent cast and storyline makes this a "go see" movie. Alan Rickman's character (the Nobel winner) is egomaniacal. On the other hand, Mary Steenburgen shines through to the end. I can't reveal any more as it would give the plot away, but suffice it to say you'll enjoy this cast of unbelievably colorful characters and unique portrayals. Go see it.
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