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Richard Eyre, Robert Fox Scott Rudin
Guy East Anthony Minghella Sydney Pollack David M. Thompson Harvey Weinstein
John Bailey Charles Wood Roger Pratt James Horner
Judi Dench Jim Broadbent
Kate Winslet Hugh Bonneville
Eleanor Bron Angela Morant Penelope Wilton Siobhan Hayes Juliet Aubrey Joan Bakewell
Outside Japan :Released:2001/12/14
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2016/12/04 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
by 墨汁一滴 (Skip) Provider: 21970 Host:22103 Browser: 1975(Mobile)
The feature of this work is the place where Iris and his husband John 's present and on the other hand their youth is crossed and cut back. Iris now is Judy.Dench, young girl Kate.Winslet is playing and the acting fellows splendently contrast the agony of grief and the shine of youth. Forgetting the current iris begins. The doctor asserts that it is no longer a miracle or a possibility of recovery. Along with that, a young girlfriend who is riding a bicycle pulling him around here and there is inserted a picture of the past, and the appearance of her talent exploding is depicted.
A young iris is a dynamic woman who is brilliant and has many male friends and does not quit tying up with a man with a wife child. But she is fascinated by Ubu John. Even if you get married, women 's advocacy is perfect as it is a pure affair who does not know how to kiss. There are inferiorities and jealousies, but because the husband is noisy is the form of love of two people, it is always heavy for the two of us that her head who has always led life becomes empty. So John is grieving and complaining, "Why should I take care of such a thing, it is an unfairness of destiny," while persuading her, will persistently accompany her without putting his wife in a nursing home. Nevertheless there is a time when we have to look after the facility. And her death is instantly portrayed as soon as possible. My husband indulges in the thought of himself now that he can not think of his life without his wife.
2009/01/30 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
by どうか Kappa と発音してください。 (Skip) Provider: 7683 Host:7691 Browser: 4184
A British female writer Iris, a story depicting half-life of Murdoch.
It is a sadly warm work that tells us that you can feel the warmth of your hands by imagination.
The story is an episode in which the iris (Judy. Denchi) hits the Alzheimer and her husband, John Bailey (Jim. Broadbent) and the young day's iris (Kate Winslet) and John (Hugh Boneville) meet and love By mixing alternating episodes, not only do we tell the love of elderly couple but also have a big effect on telling love we have only at that time throughout life.
The way to show is good and the drama which should be flat also skillfully intersects the present and the past so that the charm of each character and the love that connects will be emphasized and it seems to be a dramatic development. A good performance of the four actors who are the main drawers brings out even better. It is a work that you can feel firmly the goodness of a medium called a movie.