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Instrueret af Joanna Hogg
Storbritannien, 2010
  • Engelsk
  • Ingen undertekster


Joanna Hogg’s follow-up to Unrelated serves as a worthy companion piece to her acclaimed debut. With her son Edward about to embark on a volunteer trip to Africa, doting mother Patricia gathers her family together for a getaway to a holiday home on idyllic Tresco, one of the Isles of Scilly.

Vores mening

In British director Joanna Hogg’s second film, co-starring Tom Hiddleston, a family vacation pushes and prods the limits of relationships and the spaces that define and confine them.

Archipelago Instrueret af Joanna Hogg

Priser & festivaler

BFI London Film Festival

2010 | Vinder: Special Commendation (Film on the Square)


It is like the film in miniature; it mimics the way in which director Joanna Hogg carefully assigns the camera its place, and lets the emotions swell between the characters within the frame; the way in which the quiet, polite Leightons each try to maintain composure despite their growing upset.
February 02, 2019
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In some movies, especially those operating under the self-conscious rubric of the art film, such choices can feel emptily ritualistic. In “Archipelago,” the long shots serve a more basic function: They allow you to see, really see, characters in their natural and unnatural habitats. It’s not for nothing that when you first see the family’s cook, Rose (Amy Lloyd), the shot cuts off her head: it’s a virtual beheading that announces her place in this exquisite, terrible world.
June 26, 2014
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