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A dramatic story follows Juliet Ashton and the a gather of women from the island of Guernsey while they share their encounters on the island during Second World War with Ashton ; she has composing a book about them and their experiences during the war. At that point she goes to visit their island, where she has made long-life friendships, and she takes incredible walks in the way of changing her life.
Buoyed by a reliably appealing star turn from James, this handsome tearjerker mostly sidesteps the tweeness of its title to become, somehow, both an old-fashioned romance and a detective story trumpeting gender equality.
Yes, some of the narrative twists are a bit creak... but there's enough drama and feel-good factor to leave you feeling, unlike sampling the potentially unctuous pastry of the title, more than satisfied.
They've disentangled the novel's dramatic and romantic complications to a fault; if it's possible to merely amble in place, that's what the storytelling in "Guernsey" does for protracted stretches of screen time.