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  1. Heather Andersen Ower's rating of the film Mary Shelley

  2. Sara Gaspar's rating of the film Mary Shelley

  3. DarthVader's rating of the film Mary Shelley

    Filme göre meşhur Frankenstein’ın temeli, İngiliz yazar Shelley ve eşinin, yazar Lord Byron'un evine yaptıkları tatil sırasında atılıyor. Ancak eserin yazılma süreci geri planda kalırken, şair eşiyle olan ilişkisi, üstelik de tekrarlayarak ve tutucu bir ahlak açısıyla öne çıkıyor. O nasıl bir Lord Byron öyle? Dönemin entelekrüel çevresini de bugünün gözünden yargılamaya kalkan bir bakış açısı var yönetmenin. 5/10

  4. Marco Pierrard's rating of the film Mary Shelley

  5. IKB 191's rating of the film Mary Shelley

    I love Mary Shelley but there is very little about her in this movie.

  6. chanandre's rating of the film Mary Shelley

    [Tears of respect] (Nice dreaam : a 'by *insert name*' on a book cover.) I have some problems with this one (films about writers/poets are the ones I'm the most picky about), but there's also a lot to commend: for one it is directed, written, produced, scored & edited by women (directed by a Saudi director too!) passes Bechdel while mixing indie faces from TV's best with cinema's nu-indie while making a compromise ▽

  7. elenagallen's rating of the film Mary Shelley

    Dull, cliché. A soap opera, no metaphysics. Shelley is such fascinating and troubled character but we never get across her surface. Script, casting, directing and music feel painfully wrong. Even Lord Byron bores the brains out of me.

  8. Aurora's rating of the film Mary Shelley

    Respeto por la mujer, visiòn feminista, excelente guion

  9. nadnab's rating of the film Mary Shelley

  10. sfdgdfggsggsogfgs's rating of the film Mary Shelley

    Moralistic, but actors are so beautiful and they wear beautiful clothes. Viva la surface.

  11. the_mentaculus's rating of the film Mary Shelley

    Even if you're not fully aware of the Shelleys' real-life sexual and social radicalism, there's a nagging feeling that every time the film flirts with their true characters and lifestyle, it cowers in fear and reverts to shallow moralism. Even the production design reflects a pedanticism at odds with the film's subjects and moral. Most of the cast relish their parts, and it shows, so it's not absolutely boring.

  12. Jason's rating of the film Mary Shelley

    Extremely curious that Haifaa Al-Mansour would chose to follow up WADJDA w/ ... this. Ummm. Well, there is no doubt that DP David Ungaro is on top of his game here. However, nothing can save a movie that puts dialogue from a screenplay this resoundingly bad in the mouths of such ridiculous people. One can only hope that the casting was a result of what Hitchcock was wont to derisively call "front office decisions."