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age 15+

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age 15+

3 Actors at the top of their craft

Centering mental stress, suicide, and women's lives made all that more believable by three incredible performances. Kidman is almost unrecognizable except as Virginia Woolf. Streep is all-in awesome, but it is Moore that I think knocks it out of the park. Portraying a pristine China doll that is about to break into a million pieces and how she navigates life with the weight of patriarchy bearing down on her from all sides. A well directed and even better edited film that brings three eras into seamless conversation.
age 14+

A little disturbing, but exceptional film

This film is a masterpiece about life, death and unhappiness. There are three lesbians kissing and references to suicide but offers a good reflection on life.

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much sex
Too much swearing
not rated for age

not a movie for children

While this movie is very cerebral and of interest to adults, the implied sex and harsh language are not good for little children to see. Actually, I found it rather boring, and the sound track is grating and annoying.