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The perfect and sincere wife who spent forty years sacrificing her talents, ambitions and hopes for the happiness of her husband Joe. She is Joan, the smart woman who has endured so much for her husband's happiness and his arrival at the desired success. She bore even his betrayals and excuses. Joe will receive the Nobel Prize, the most expensive prize, and perhaps his wife will meet other sacrifices in his path.
The Wife starts off somewhat slowly, to the point where you wonder if anything is actually going to happen. Then, at the 50-minute mark, the "twist" of the story kicks in, and suddenly it becomes riveting.
A story whose dramatic weight falls on the shoulders of a sublime Glenn Close, who lends her saddest smile, her frown and her lost look to a woman who begins to claim her own voice. [Full review in Spanish]