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Country: UK/Belgium. Director: Terence Davies. Cast: Cynthia Nixon, Jennifer Ehle, Keith Carradine, Jodhi May, Duncan Duff. Run time: 126 minutes. Screenings: 10:00 a.m. Jan. 12 at Annenberg Theater and 1:00 p.m. Jan. 15 at Regal. Synopsis: The great
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Based on a true episode in literary history - the strange circumstances that led Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoyevsky to write his novel The Gambler. A young woman, Anna (Jodhi May, The House Of Mirth), in desperate need of money, takes a job as stenographer for Dostoyevsky (Michael Gambon, Gosford Park) - forty-five, epileptic, and in debt. The terms of her employment are extraordinary - she must stay at his apartment during the next month while he dictates a new novel to her. As the novel unfolds, Anna goes through a passage of discovery, a shedding of innocence and convention as she comes face to face with her own eroticism.
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Run time: 126 minutes. Synopsis: The great and singular 19th-century poet Emily Dickinson requires a one-of-a-kind filmmaker to tell the story of her life, and in Terence Davies she has found a soulmate. The director of "Distant Voices," "Still Lives," "The House of Mirth" and "The Deep Blue Sea" follows the poet from her rebellious college days when she rejected the Protestant pieties of her day, to her increasingly reclusive life in the bosom of... com User Review : "Emily Dickinson isn't the easiest subject for a feature-length biopic. True, she is the greatest female poet in the English language, maybe even in world literature. But her life was uneventful in the extreme. She never married and probably died a virgin. She wrote poetry—a kind of literature appealing only to a tiny minority of readers and not amenable to film adaptation. And she died in complete obscurity—it's only by good fortune that the 1800 poems she wrote still exist. At her death the vast majority of them existed only in a single handwritten manuscript and could easily have been consigned to flame as the ramblings of an eccentric spinster. "Terence Davies's film knows and accepts all this, yet remembers that Dickinson in her own time was not a great poet, except perhaps only in the farthest reaches of her own imagination. Instead of a lonely genius, Davies conjures up a Dickinson who was very much a social being, even if her interactions were largely restricted to her family. Cynthia Nixon's Emily is a flawed, totally plausible and deeply sympathetic woman of her time. "This is a brilliant film in the way it exploits the resources of the medium. The performances are universally excellent, and the dialogue is as witty as it must have been among clever Emily and her circle. Davies captures the claustrophobic interiors and repressed souls of still- Puritan mid-19th-century small-town Amherst, Massachusetts. The editing and pacing are superb, as for example in a slow 360 degree pan around the Dickinson sitting room that begins and ends on Emily's face. "The film is slow-paced and developed as a series of vignettes. There's quite a lot of poetry in voice-over. At no point does it pander to 21st- century sensibilities. It will not be to the taste of the majority of the cinema-going public. Nor will many Dickinson cultists enjoy it, as they often prefer to idealize or mythologize her rather than think of her as a flesh-and-blood woman. But as a plausible biography of one of America's greatest poets, this film is nothing short of a triumph. " -- User Nicholas Ruddick from Dundas, Canada. Awards : Grand Prix for Best Film, Film Fest Gent.
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Jodhi May; Born: Jodhi Tania Edwards (1975-05-08) 8 May 1975 (age 41) Camden Town, London, England, UK: Nationality: British: Education: Wadham College, Oxford
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Jodhi May, Actress: The Last of the Mohicans. Jodhi was born in 1975. She was born and brought up in London, England, UK. She went to Wadham College ...
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Jodhi May, née Jodhi Tania Edwards le 8 mai 1975 ,  à Camden Town dans le Grand Londres, est une actrice anglaise
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