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The Invisible Woman (2013)

Kristin Scott Thomas: “It was wonderful working with Ralph again. Even though he was a terrible bully. He used to tell me to stop acting all the time.”

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Mission: Impossible (1996)

“I really like Brian de Palma, in a twisted way. He gave me the most outrageous acting direction once on Mission: Impossible.

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The Invisible Woman

This review first appeared in the Sunday Star-Times, 20th April 2014

The great actor and now often-times director, Ralph Fiennes, nearly burst a blood vessel playing Coriolanus, his previous effort at taking the lead role as well as running the show. 265 more words

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OBPC #69: The English Patient, 1996

Rating:  2½ stars (out of 4)

The English Patient (1996): Written and directed by Anthony Minghella.  Based upon the novel of the same name by Michael Ondaatje.  358 more words

Oscars Best Picture Countdown

The Invisible Woman

In an almost whisper-quiet manner, renowned stage and screen actor Ralph Fiennes is becoming a very competent film director. With two features officially under his distinguished belt, some fans might make the mistake of finding his sophomore effort slight and inferior compared to his Shakespeare’s “Coriolanus” debut. 538 more words

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FILM REVIEW: The Invisible Woman

The Invisible Woman (Ralph Fiennes, 2013)
In his second directorial outing, Ralph Fiennes brings his adaptation of Claire Tomalin’s book The Invisible Woman to the screen. 428 more words