Tag Archives: Ralph Fiennes

March 22

A Bigger Splash -What’s below the surface can remain buried. (Film review)

A Bigger Splash The nymphete swanning about her mother or father’s house in bikinis is a creature that never existed except in the minds of unpleasant males who chose to interpret a person before them in the most superficial manner. No teen girl, no matter how she pretends at social courage is confidently seducing much older […]

April 27

The Invisible Woman – Ralph Fiennes breathes fresh life into period drama. (Film Review)

It’s about time period pieces examined political perspective and its impact on sexuality with more depth. The Invisible Woman is a film that shows the impact of political constraints on relationship with a measured perfection that underlies the subtlety of its subject matter, but it moves deep enough so that these constraints enter the mind and […]