Wednesday, June 16, 2010

The Winslow Boy

I recently watched the 1999 film version of The Winslow Boy, a play by Terence Rattigan. It is a lovely little rainy-day film. A simple, but thought-provoking plot with touching undercurrents of feminism and romance. It isn't like many current films where main characters kiss passionately or run off into the sunset at the end, but the simplicity allows for it to seem very possible; it gives you space to imagine how the characters would continue their lives.
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