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45 Years

Regisserad av Andrew Haigh
Storbritannien, 2015
Drama

Synopsis

There is just one week until Kate Mercer’s 45th wedding anniversary and the planning for the party is going well. But then a letter arrives for her husband. The body of his first love has been discovered, frozen and preserved in the icy glaciers of the Swiss Alps.

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45 Years Regisserad av Andrew Haigh

Utmärkelser & festivaler

Berlin International Film Festival

2015 | 2 priser

2019 | Homage

Academy Awards

2016 | Nominerad: Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role

Village Voice Film Poll

2015 | Vinnare: Best Actress

2015 | Nominerad: Best Actor

Indiewire Critics' Poll

2015 | Vinnare: Best Lead Actress

2015 | 2 nomineringar inklusive: Best Lead Actor

Kate and Geoff come to appear as prisoners not only of their hidden past but of the sharply differing temperaments that first attracted them, and that now threaten to drive them apart. Haigh drizzles this growing abyss into our consciousness as it arrives in Kate’s. In one of the many long shots he favors, we see Kate and Geoff through their window, talking in their garden. We can’t hear what they’re saying, but tension crackles between them like an electrical current.
March 07, 2017
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A tour de force of subtlety and restraint, 45 Years is the perfect movie to see alone if you’ve just broken up with someone and want confirmation it was a good idea. No need to waste decades in coupledom if all it amounts to is an unnoticed gesture of frustrated defiance.
February 25, 2016
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Kate—played by Charlotte Rampling with a frightening level of emotional commitment—is wise in just the same respects in which [Anomalisa’s] Lisa is naïve. Her responses are as unfixed as the other film’s heroine’s are pitifully predictable; her mind is as supple as Lisa’s is limited. She is, in other words, a full-formed fictional creation, and her presence in the movie multiplies the possible paths down which it can go.
February 18, 2016
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Vad säger folk?

  • El Biffo's rating of the film 45 Years

    There isn't another actor quite like Charlotte Rampling, so tightly wound, so cynical, and so densely packed with explosive emotion, for the moment dormant, but just for the moment, like the earthquake fault near my house which is long overdue to snap with devastating ferocity, for the moment now holding its catastrophic energy quietly but everyone around here knows the pain and destruction that it quietly promises.

  • Erik F.'s rating of the film 45 Years

    How many marriages are built upon the thinnest of social veneers, with little more than bland compromises and silent regrets stretched out over decades to compensate for whatever long-extinguished flame may have once burned? Yet people often find some way to carry on, despite the smoke in their eyes...

  • Richmond Hill's rating of the film 45 Years

    Perhaps life as it is: mundanity undercut with suspicion, regret, compromise and grudging accommodation. Finely performed and quietly observed, this is a lovely miniature of a film that has the confidence not to underline or trumpet every nuance or emotion.

  • Ethan's rating of the film 45 Years

    This is a very intimate and honest portrayal of a couple who are not without their problems but try to make the most of each other even if it is painful to do so. The acting is superb here and Andrew Haigh continues to prove that he can perfectly craft films about complex relationships and have the emotions drip off the screen in every frame.

  • Matthew Martens's rating of the film 45 Years

    If a single weekend can be the high-water mark of a life, and we're comfortable with mixed metaphors, then 45 years can be its postscript. What's more, an hour and a half may be all the time we need to be reminded of it--to truly feel the stark relativity of it--as long as those ninety minutes are spent watching Andrew Haigh's quietly brutal gut-punch of a film. Slender but insidious, and I could use a cigarette.

  • Huey McEvoy's rating of the film 45 Years

    On one hand, a tenderly acted play-for-the-day about ageing middle Englanders suddenly facing a crisis of trust. On the other hand, I really enjoy the - admittedly remote - possibility that there's a more melodramatic undercurrent: he is a child-hating murderer whose victim haunts them (the perfume, the closing door, the ghostly billowing projector screen etc.) Unlikely, but it makes a fun rewatch with that in mind.

  • Ana Sousa's rating of the film 45 Years

    Had me sobbing from beginning to end. Rampling is utterly marvellous, but why does no one mention Tom Courtenay? Breathtaking. Sorrow, despair, loss, love and (our most untranslatable word) "saudade", portrayed in such a meaningful, honest way. Depicts a lifelong relationship shaken by memories of a lost love. It's as emotionally wearing and relatable as I expected, even without having a 45-year marriage.

  • HenriqueA's rating of the film 45 Years

    Rampling and Courtenay are the real deal and Andrew Haigh knows exactly what threads to throw at them in these people's labyrinth. I wasn't expecting much, but it was punch after punch after punch until the final blow. Talk about effective drama.

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