Mrs. Dalloway Movie Review 1997

Information and Film Reviews for Mrs. Dalloway the Movie

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Mannered retelling of the Virginia Woolf novel has a radiant performance by Redgrave in the title role. Wealthy, middle-aged, and long-married to boring politician Richard (Standing), Clarissa Dalloway is making preparations for her latest soiree in 1923 London. But the past rudely intrudes when old flame Peter Walsh (Kitchen) suddenly re-enters, causing Clarissa to reflect on her youth and the choices she's made. She's also shaken out of her social ennui by the unexpected sight of a shell-shocked WWI veteran (Graves) whose tragic plight disturbs her placid life. Director Gorris' English-language debut.

Distribution

BMG Entertainment, 1540 Broadway, New York, NY 10036-4039, Phone: (212)930-4000, URL: http://www.bmg.com

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 97 minutes.
Originally from British.

Cast and Crew

Genres
London, Period Piece: 1920s, Flashback, Marriage, Suicide, Books to Film: Virginia Woolf, Growing Older, Postwar, A Day in the Life. . .
Screenplay
Eileen Atkins
Cast
Vanessa Redgrave, Michael Kitchen, John Standing, Rupert Graves, Natascha (Natasha) McElhone, Alan Cox, Sarah Badel, Lena Headey, Robert Portal, Amelia Bullmore, Margaret Tyzack, Robert Hardy
Cinematography
Sue Gibson
Director
Marleen Gorris
Music
Ilona Sekacz
Producer
Lisa Katselas Pare, Simon Curtis, BBC Films, First Look Pictures

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