Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
Botches the chance to delve into the personality of a complex, alluring, and free-spirited woman. Read full review
It's a movie of elegant surfaces, great background music (by both the Mahlers), gossipy underpinnings and pretensions to romantic grandeur. Read full review
The music is of course majestic, blending well with a loving cinematography. Read full review
Was Alma a masochist? Repressed? Neurotic? A pre-feminist? Don't look for insight here. Read full review
Stiff but handsome film, there's little sense of the conflict and complexities that drove Alma Mahler. Read full review
There's great music and lovely settings, but the filmmakers have done little more with their subject than reiterate the Britannica's description of her. Read full review
Stuffing painters, writers and, naturally, Gustav Mahler (Jonathan Pryce) into about 90 minutes, the film comes off as little more than a handsomely mounted scorecard of sexual escapades. Read full review
Ms. Wynter's performance is only one of many failings in a heavily accented costume drama that Bruce Beresford has directed turgidly from Marilyn Levy's amateurish script. Read full review
The only performer who breathes any life into the proceedings is Vincent Perez. Read full review
A sodden ''feminist'' vulgarization. Read full review
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