Romance • R • 2015 • 1 hr 58 min
A great book and a superb movie , brilliant performances .
A well-done movie which many LGBTQ+ individuals may really enjoy as the acting is pretty good, and it doesn't come off as cheesy.
One of my favourite romantic films, the chemistry between the actors is so believable. This deserved better attention from mainstream media.
One of my favourite films. Every shot in this film is beautiful.
Amazing story, acting and cinematography. Two secret lesbian lovers in the fifties take a trip across the US. Christmas is Carol season!
Amazing story and really fills people’s hearts, especially those of LGBT+ people who don’t see those like them get happy endings in media.
Stunningly beautiful and a poignant story.
One of my favourites, definitely recommend
It's a good movie. It's well done. But you watch it once and that's it... you forget all about it. It doesn't stick with you.
Cate Blanchett are gorgeous and Rooney Mara is really nice in her part. A beautiful movie.
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