Movie 1: Pieces of a Woman
This drama was first released in 2018 as a stage play. It was released in 2020 as a drama film. It has an exceptional cast and an extraordinary script. That said, be warned, it’s not easy to watch. The subject matter becomes intense with powerful tension and anguish. It’s emotional and gut wrenching.
Movie 2: The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
This is a fascinating and unique film about the British island of Guernsey in 1946, then occupied by Germany during WWII. It has an exceptional story to tell. It’s a Netflix production based on the novel by the same name. Along with a fascinating little known history lesson, it’s inspiring, with just the right balance of romance and history.
Movie 3: An Imperfect Murder
The quick commentary on this film is fast and easy to understand. It’s a terrible film about a terrible murder. It is a WASTE of time. It’s simply awful. Shame on Netflix and Amazon! They both know better!
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Saw Guernsey and read the book, enjoyed them both.