Drama • PG-13 • 2013 • 1 hr 39 min
Cate Blanchett is the most wonderful actress. Her performance in this is riveting!
A beautiful way to show a mental break down. It shows that no matter what you have to work on yourself first
Wonderful perfomance from Cate. The look in her eyes really made you believe she was losing it. Great music too
A superb cast for this intriguing drama. Allen with a taste of Tennessee Williams.
Kate Blanchett delivers subtle, painful portrait of a confused, moorless woman, trying to find her center. Disturbing and sad and serious.
A great contemporary take on "A Streetcar Named Desire". You can't take your eyes off Cate Blanchett. Very highly recommended.
Very deep and emotional film that deals with sisterhood deception and pride. Exceptional work of all participants
Wonderful performances & a great story. The movie is missing a little something, but it’s enjoyable nonetheless.
Cate Blanchett’s performance is so in-depth that her characters mental instability carries the movie.
Amazing character acting, really depressing deep story story that leaves you with a haunting, empty feeling
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