All Is True
Drama • PG-13 • 2018 • 1 hr 41 min
Powerful, emotional, a man trying to pull his real life back together.
Who better to play Shakespeare than Kenny? It's not bad, just a little self-indulgent.
Not even the stellar cast could save what is the most boring part of the life of one of the greatest writers to have ever lived.
This film was hopelessly drab until Sir Ian McKellen decided to drop by.
Didn't grip me, interesting story otherwise.
A beautiful, insightful, deeply nuanced tapestry of the Bard's final days. Faultless.
It's only good because of the historical story.
This was pretty decent adaptation of a part of Shakespeare's life, but that's the problem it's not a full biopic. Still, cast is remarkable.
Kenneth Branagh on All is True | Inside Picturehouse Special