I agree with everybody !! LOL
I love movies !
I like to watch everything , even analyze the settings, clothes, etc.
Virginia Wolfe....sure had a full plate...as far as life goes.
To be mentally ill with all that creative talent !
It is unimaginable.
She suffered so much.
Nicole Kidman deserves an Oscar for the gut wrenching, heart-tugging, soul stirring, brutally honest description of her feelings.......the scene on the railway station platform.
I felt the whole movie existed for that one scene,....developed towards that scene.
I will probably rent the movie again someday to watch that scene another 2-3 times. Ed Harris was magnificent in his role, wasn't he?
I think they could have omitted the 50's with Julieanne Moore, and the present with Meryl Streep.
If they had built the movies around Kidman and her family, her (Wolfe's life), and developed that line, it would have been a blockbuster movie, ........ IMHO.
I think the studio's finally recognise that Kidman can carry a movie by herself.
I was real surprised at the acting skill she displayed in the hours,and , especially
after Moulin Rouge - - which she deserved an Oscar for- -
(the academy even said so)
and now with the hours,
and 2-3 more movies since, the studio's are recognizing her talent.....FINALLY.
I think her talent matches/exceeds Tom's.
If you haven't seen Moulin Rouge,
it is 2 hours of fun/escapism/talent/entertainment/
thanks everyone for the explanations, I thought I might be slipping into
it's good to know I'm "only" confused..................