Drama • PG-13 • 2013 • 1 hr 38 min
Good movie but was expecting it to be sad.
Amazing performances from the leading actors. A beautiful, and heartbreaking story.
A somewhat cute story but also pretty sad
One hell of a screenplay, brought to life by the veteran Judi Dench and a solid performance from Coogan too. One of the best films of 2013!
A poignant film about outrage following forgiveness. Dench's performance was beautifully restrained. Some moments of humor.
Fantastic, eye opening drama. When the reveal is shown, it is truly shocking/heart breaking. Dench is so layered as the lovable protagonist
A moving story. More moving because it's based on real life.
Touching and entertaining film. Some truly memorable moments.
Masterpiece theater themed production about terrible English policy that removed children from unwed mothers. Excellent acting.
I have generally positive feeling about this even though it has entirely left my brain. So enjoyed while watching but it doesn’t stick
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