The acting was, at times, cringe-worthy. However, the screenplay itself was well adapted from the novel, the themes flow seamlessly with the minute details that have been included as motifs from the novel (the 'birdlike' quality of Clarissa). Transitioning of scenes was brilliant, sometimes subtly, sometimes quite suddenly. Class and gender gaps are brilliantly portrayed. It's just not a good film to watch.
7.8/10, "MRS. DALLOWAY is a beautiful endeavor to visual Woolf’s text on the screen and it prevails over any skepticism that this female-led delicacy is anything but affecting."
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