The Sense of an Ending


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Matthew Goode as n Mr. Huntnn
Michelle Dockery as n Susie Websternn
Emily Mortimer as n Sarah Fordnn
Charlotte Rampling as n Veronica Fordnn
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n 1hr 48 min n
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by E Canuck 9 / 10

Squaring the circle

If you've ever said (or done) something to a friend and regretted it later, if you thought you knew the way things were (and found they were not that way), if you've found, as you get older, that things you thought far in your past have resurfaced, you might be as impressed with "The Sense of An Ending" as I was, watching it in an advance screening tonight. Then, even if those things are not true for you, you might enjoy the cast and their acting, the writing, the London settings and many other things about this film. A good one.

Reviewed by rogerdarlington 9 / 10

An original adaptation of a challenging novel

Based on the Booker Prize-winning novella by Julian Barnes (which I have read), inevitably this film adaptation is different from the original work. The structure of the book was a section of the (unreliable) narrator's time at school and university followed by the present day coming to terms with revelations of that earlier period. The film is set in the present with lots of flash-backs to the past and that works well.More questionably, the movie version of "The Sense Of An Ending" has a different ending which is not that of the author Julian Barnes or even that of the scriptwriter, the playwright Nick Payne, but essentially that of the director, Indian film-maker Ritesh Batra (who made the delightful work "The Lunchbox"). The film offers us a conclusion which is more definitive and more upbeat that the novel but that is perhaps the nature of this different medium."The Sense Of An Ending" is slow and serious but not all films can be "Fast And Furious". The pacing allows the viewer to admire the wonderful acting, primarily from Jim Broadbent as the narrator, retired and divorced Tony Webster, but also from some fine actresses, notably Charlotte Rampling, Harriet Walter and Emily Mortimer, plus some new young actors. Like the source novel, this film is a challenging and moving examination of the malleability of memory. As Tony puts it: 'How often do we tell our own life story? How often do we adjust, embellish, make sly cuts?' How often indeed ...

Reviewed by hou-3 9 / 10

Fine, moving adaptation of one of Barnes' best novels

After somewhat iffy reviews and some discouraging interviews I was really pleased by this movie. The novel has great depth and touches on weighty topics, leaving certain unresolved issues in its wake. Payne (scriptwriter) and Batra take on a very challenging job and with the help of a stellar cast they make as good an adaptation as anyone could reasonably expect. Broadbent is magnificent as the male lead and all the female ones are excellent. The cinematography is outstanding with some exterior shots that take your breath away, indeed Batra lingers on them a bit too long, though one can see why!There is a good deal to admire. The interweaving of past and present is highly skilled, the recreation of sixties milieus authentic. The school scenes rang true - I went to an all boys grammar school in the sixties and they get it right with the exception of the swearing. Incredible as it may seem to some people, swearing was unusual fifty years ago. I loved the way the painful weekend at Chislehurst - central to the mystery - was handled. There were a few lapses of judgement and taste but overall I would rate this as one of the best movies I have seen in the past year. It deserves awards.

Reviewed by sheilaskelhorn-88027 9 / 10

Loved it

I read the book some Time ago and Was looking forward To the movie. I wasn't disappointed at all, Tony webster Was a complete arse, but That Was just him. Loved Veronica Ford (Charlotte rampling) she played a fab part. A few didn't understand the ending Of the film but i did, really enjoyed It. Thanks for reading. 10/10 movie. I understood the horizontal wave, the circle, understood What Anthony "didnt Get" as veronica kept Saying in the book. I don't ever Think Tony got over Veronica Ford, and thought He Was Still in love WITH Her, but Thats just What i Was thinking.

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