Saturday, 28 October 2017

Saturday Movie Review: To walk invisible

A chronicle of the Brontë sisters' battle to overcome obstacles and publish their novels, which would become some of the greatest in the English language.

Director: Sally Wainwright
Writer: Sally Wainwright
Stars: Finn Atkins, Charlie Murphy, Chloe Pirrie |

Drama
Lenght: 2 h

Musings:
Another rather slow movie, but then again, what would you expect from this? I got what I expected.

It is the story of how the 3 Bronte sisters decide to try to publish their novels. But they are women so they hide behind pen names for a better chance.

They write. Their brother is a drunk. Their father is just there. They are all different.

I do not have a lot to say, if you know about them you know they will publish, and you also know they did not publish many.

It's always sad to think of how many other books they could have written.

Good.





14 comments:

  1. I'm not a fan of slow movies, but this one does sounds really nice and just entertaining to watch. My best friend would love this, she loves these kind of movies. :)

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  2. aww yeah I can imagine a movie like this was slow, but hope it was interesting, looks it

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  3. I wish they had been able to publish more

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  4. Yep, not even knowing anything about this film, I can already tell it's a slow one :D

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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  5. Haven't tried the books or movies but I'm curious

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  6. I tried to watch this but it didn't hold my interest. And I'm a Brontë fan.

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  7. This does sound interesting, I wonder.

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