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The Eye Of The Storm

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Elizabeth Hunter controls all in her life, society, her staff, her children; but the once great beauty will now determine her most defiant act as she chooses her time to die. But in dying, as in living, Mrs Hunter remains a powerful force on those who surround her.
Release:
IMDb:
6.1
Quality:
HD
Duration:
114 min
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San Francisco Chronicle
Sometimes a feast of acting isn't enough.
September 14, 2012
Irish Times
The film circles (slowly, like an overfed vulture) around the protracted death of a savage matriarch played, with no concessions to subtlety, by Charlotte Rampling.
May 10, 2013
New York Post
It all feels like a whittled-down miniseries.
September 07, 2012
London Evening Standard
It is funny and sad in patches, but never comes completely alive, perhaps because there isn't a single character with whom you can feel fully in sympathy.
May 03, 2013
Time Out
Has taken almost two years to reach the UK; you'd be forgiven for thinking it was far longer, given its sub-Joseph Losey pretensions and doily-like styling.
April 30, 2013
New Yorker
A brilliantly acted semi-dud.
September 10, 2012
Newark Star-Ledger
Too often the film's moods switch unsuccessfully between the abruptly serious and the broadly bizarre.
September 07, 2012