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A Private War

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It is the story that has aroused great controversy in the lives of many, especially those affected by the war. This story begins with one of the most famous war correspondents of our time, Mary Colvin, and perhaps the character who seems hesitant about many things. The film may give a real look to those women who seem to be driven to the front lines of conflicts all over the world to give voice to the true blind who have experienced many tragedies.
110 min
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Planet S Magazine
It's clear Marie Colvin deserves a biopic, but this first dramatic feature by documentary filmmaker Matthew Heineman feels too by-the-numbers to do her justice.
March 01, 2019
The New Republic
Despite the undeniably extraordinary feats that Colvin achieved in life and on the edge of death, A Private War is a hagiography that reduces a complicated woman down to trauma, booze, and typing.
November 12, 2018
Financial Times
Poor, gifted Rosamund Pike is persuaded to play the American-born Sunday Times journo at full throttle, when half-throttle would be a nice occasional variant.
February 20, 2019
San Diego Reader
While it occasionally pulls away from Colvin to let the nightmarish inhumanity of war provide power and feeling, it all too often relies on juiced-up expressions of humanist heroism.
November 16, 2018