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John Huston's final film, an adaptation of a James Joyce novella, takes place at Christmas in turn-of-the-century Dublin. To mark the occasion, two spinsters (Helena Carroll and Cathleen Delany) throw a party, inviting, amongst others, their nephew Gabriel (Donal McCann) and his wife Gretta (Anjelica Huston). During the course of the evening, a haunting rendition of an Irish lament has an overwhelming effect on Gretta, who is moved to remember a long-suppressed romance in her earlier years.
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I guess if you're looking at buying a film of a James Joyce story, you kind of know what type of movie to expect, but this truly is a masterpiece; A 'must see'.
If you like action movies, give this a miss. If you want to be transported to another time, another life, here's your film
This film is an accurate and moving film of the story.
Only one slight niggle; the dialogue can be hard to hear when there is background noise; sadly, there aren't any subtitles.
A gift from the universe.
The acting was perfect, the lighting brought out the period settings and the direction was hugely sympathetic, leaving an overwhelming impression of bitter-sweetness.
It's a film I will come back to time and again and a fine valedictory monument to John Huston's genius.
Setting is an upper middle class early 20th century social evening, with character interaction that slowly but surely weaves a picture of stresses and undercurrents as the story line progresses, until, at the end the reason for the title is revealed.
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