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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Richmond Hill's rating of the film Me! I'm Afraid of Virginia Woolf

    An amiable, if inconsequential, wander through familiar Bennett concerns of homosexuality, class, (British) Northerness, timidity and lack of confidence. There are some choice moments - Hird's ghastly mother loudly grandstanding in a cafe stands out - but it's too broad and bitty a fresco to make a satisfying whole. Frears directs with a steady hand nevertheless.