Kate Winslet stars as Mary Anning, a pioneer in fossil-study, and a woman before her time.
Greta Gerwig's acclaimed adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's classic novel.
This is a beautiful, beautiful film. It is humorous, and gently dramatic, and real, and moving, and important. It will stay with you for days, weeks, the rest of your life. It is a testament to the power of cinematic under-statement.
In the 1950s, a young woman in a small Irish town moves to Brooklyn, New York in search of a better life, discovering the meaning of home and finding romance.
Your heart races. Her panic is your panic; you almost expect them to catch you. You are caught in the moment so entirely that it is your decision as much as hers to pull the trigger...