Kristin Scott Thomas Movie Reviews

  • Darkest Hour Review

    If Churchill taught us anything, it’s that one man can make a difference. Likewise, Oldman’s performance is what ultimately makes Darkest Hour.

    If Churchill taught us anything, it’s that one man can make a difference. Likewise, Oldman’s performance is what ultimately makes Darkest Hour.
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  • The Party Review

    This chamber piece is very easy to indulge in and get on board with – though for a filmmaker this talented, it does feel somewhat easy as it’s hard not to expect just a little bit more.

    This chamber piece is very easy to indulge in and get on board with – though for a filmmaker this talented, it does feel somewhat easy as it’s hard not to expect just a little bit more.
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  • Suite Francaise - Review

    “An all-star cast and a sweeping wartime story should have been the stuff of little gold statuettes. However, the fact that this well-meaning but ultimately mediocre romance didn’t even get a look in, should speak volumes…”

    “An all-star cast and a sweeping wartime story should have been the stuff of little gold statuettes. However, the fact that this well-meaning but ultimately mediocre romance didn’t even get a look in, should speak volumes…”
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  • My Old Lady review

    “A staple, influential figure on Broadway for decades – having written over 70 stage plays – the veteran creative force that is Israel Horovitz, now at the age of 75, takes his seat in the director’s chair for the very first time, presenting light-hearted drama My Old Lady, which is based on one of his own plays”…

    “A staple, influential figure on Broadway for decades – having written over 70 stage plays – the veteran creative force that is Israel Horovitz, now at the age of 75, takes his seat in the director’s chair for the very first time, presenting light-hearted drama My Old Lady, which is based on one of his own plays”…
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Kristin Scott Thomas Movie Interviews

  • An interview with Suite Française director Saul Dibb

    One thing that struck me with Suite Française was how much of a sweeping, epic feel it had to it all. Were there any particular films that you would refer to, or inspired you, while making the film?

    I don’t think there was anything in…

    One thing that struck me with Suite Française was how much of a sweeping, epic feel it had to it all. Were there any particular films that you would refer to, or inspired you, while making the film?

    I don’t think there was anything in particular, really; I guess the biggest inspiration, the obvious one, was the book [by Irène Némirovsky] – the fact that it was written at the time, and it didn’t have this benefit of hindsight which a lot of films about war seem to have. There was an…
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