Best Of British Season – 45 Years - 18
Anchored by sensational performances from Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay, 45 Years is an intimate, moving and beautifully restrained portrait of a marriage shaken to its core by things left unspoken. 45 Years is British filmmaking at its very best. This film has been screened at Toronto, Berlin and Telluride Film Festivals and Charlotte Rampling was nominated for best actress in the Academy Awards.
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Less is not only more in “45 Years,” Andrew Haigh’s study of marriage and memory, it is eloquently and anguishingly more, and what’s unspoken is almost deafening
Full of restraint, from both its director and leads, this is a quiet gem with the power to move.
The devastating truth of 45 Years, so beautifully wrought, is that even the most devoted couples are made up of two people who are essentially alone.