Scoring a Golden Globe on her performance, Glenn Close chooses to keep her spouse (Jonathan Pryce) while travelling in European countries in this drama predicated on Meg Wolitzer’s novel.

Scoring a Golden Globe on her performance, Glenn Close chooses to keep her spouse (Jonathan Pryce) while travelling in European countries in this drama predicated on Meg Wolitzer’s novel.

After spending forty years compromising her ambitions to fan the flames of her charismatic husband Joe (Pryce) and his literary profession, fed-up wife Joan (Close) chooses to get rid of their relationship regarding the eve of Joe’s Nobel Prize winnings.

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Close is a marvel of twisty understatement here, delivering thoughts that conceal as much as they expose, and providing onion-like layers that invite repeat viewings in light of a number of the movie’s subsequent revelations. Continuar a ler “Scoring a Golden Globe on her performance, Glenn Close chooses to keep her spouse (Jonathan Pryce) while travelling in European countries in this drama predicated on Meg Wolitzer’s novel.”