'The Bookshop' is aesthetically beautiful but unfortunately boring
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'The Bookshop' is aesthetically beautiful but unfortunately boring

In a small East Anglian town in 1959, Florence Green (Emily Mortimer) is determined to open a bookshop despite resistance from elite members of the town. Florence befriends the outcasts of the town in order to find solace amongst the opposition. Based on Penelope Fitzgerald's renowned novel and directed by Isabel Coixet (known for features…

'Love, Cecil' paints a heartfelt picture of the man behind the camera

'Love, Cecil' paints a heartfelt picture of the man behind the camera

Award-winning filmmaker Lisa Immordino Vreeland directs this documentary --  Love, Cecil -- about legendary British photographer, artist, and designer Cecil Beaton (best-known to cinephiles for his world on the films Gigi and My Fair Lady). Vreeland’s vibrant doc uses archive footage, images, and interviews with models, artists, and friends alongside narration from Beaton’s own diaries to paint…