The Invisible Woman: suffering is stronger than all other teaching

Intimate and intelligent, Ralph Fiennes‘ second effort as director is the story about the affair between a mid-aged Charles Dickens (Fiennes) and the young actress Nelly Ternan (Felicity Jones). Their relationship, after the first meeting (when Nelly was a new actress in Dickens’ play The Frozen Deep) grew deeply but slowly. The writer found for…

Lone Survivor: We can be Heroes

Peter Berg and Taylor Kitsch are a consolidated combination. But with Mark Wahlberg they become a war machine. Perhaps this trio is the real strength of this film, or maybe it’s a great and painful story that needs to be told by images because it should not be forgotten by the world. Lone Survivor is…

About Time

After the heartfelt  TV movie Mary and Martha, Richard Curtis returns to the big screen with the comedy-drama  About Time. The music of Nick Laird-Clowes and a London by candlelight, are the backdrop for a dramatic comedy where the mix of  pink and gray hues of life reminiscent  Love Actually. The good and the bad of…