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  1. Vincent T's rating of the film An Education

  2. olívia,'s rating of the film An Education

  3. Broos Claerhout's rating of the film An Education

  4. superjano's rating of the film An Education

    Nick Hornby script + Carey Mulligan = good film

  5. Bonnet Michel's rating of the film An Education

  6. Bernardo Crastes's rating of the film An Education

    Lovely and harmless movie. Overly simplistic, perhaps. There's not much to be said other than praise Carey Mulligan and the beautiful settings.

  7. peaches and plums's rating of the film An Education

    that teacher had a great kitchen

  8. Mathias Palmberg's rating of the film An Education

    Very good movie with great acting and a keen sense of the period and its´ characters motivations. It is a pleasure to see the actors sparr off each other with such ease. A film experience filled with heartache and wonder.

  9. Chris's rating of the film An Education

    Man I was really loving it until the last act, the whole quick resolution fast forward is so lazy and disappointing, 7/10

  10. marco's rating of the film An Education

  11. Mark O. Stack's rating of the film An Education

    A proper showcase for Carey Mulligan that I hope got her a lot of wok.

  12. Joana Teixeira's rating of the film An Education

  13. Bob's rating of the film An Education

    It goes pretty much by the book so it doesn't end up as an epochal coming of age flick but there are couple of moments that are moving as a parent's love for their only child or innocent as a young girl's debonairness. Young Carey Mulligan makes a great deal to be invested in story's progression and foreshadows one of the greatest talents of her generation.

  14. Michael Zyx MH Claes's rating of the film An Education

    Magnifique d’intelligence pétillante, An Education excelle dans le portrait, dans les 60ies, d’une jeune fille brillante qui va découvrir un monde adulte et cultivé sous l’égide d’un mentor séducteur en série.

  15. Minna's rating of the film An Education

  16. J.J. 'Jake' Gittes's rating of the film An Education

    What lacks here is authenticity. Imagine, you are a mother or father. And youv'e got a teenie-daughter. And she all of a sudden is dating a man twice of her age! A guy who is an obscure, non-transparent person. Would you let this happen, in London in 1961? No way and that's the problem here. Totally implausible. The rest is needless academic discussion.

  17. msmichel's rating of the film An Education

    Carey Mulligan, after some strong supporting parts, graduated to leading lady status with this incredible performance launching her career. Nick Hornby's script, based on the memoir by Lynn Barber, was aces full of solid characters full of flaws but also compassion. Strong supporting turns by Pike, Molina, Williams and especially co-lead Peter Sarsgaard. One can easily identify with the seduction offered.

  18. Nikki Barnhart's rating of the film An Education

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  20. CafeGradiva's rating of the film An Education

    1,7 / what a shame that the last 20-30 minutes completely ruined a quite good story! the end was a so fast-forward, unlikely cliche, and the young, potentially rebel girl, turned into a bitter "bourgeoise", with her lesson learned and a glorious future. It seems like the scenarist didn't know at all how to continue and conclude the script, and just googled it.

  21. syderkan's rating of the film An Education

  22. Murat Hatunoğlu's rating of the film An Education

    It's an interesting movie and the time is like going very fast while watching it. But I'm not sure about the Turkish translation. That was like missing some original quotes. But again, I'm not sure.

  23. sabrinahrhp's rating of the film An Education

    the answers of all my questions.

  24. Kyle Knapp's rating of the film An Education

    Charming, nicely shot cautionary tale with too many clichés, has too little to say about its characters, and falls on its ass in the third act. The totally misjudged, tacked-on narration at the end sums up its problems quite well. Mulligan, though, elevates the film hugely and more than deserved the accolades she got; her performance is hundreds of times better than the movie it's in, and makes it worth watching.

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