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notoriously damned thing, the ocean liner
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Miss Potter. Directed by Chris Noonan from a screenplay by Richard Maltby Jr., the film tends to come up short in the shaping and unity
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Noonan and Maltby have the luminous Renee Zellweger to work with in the principal role and, to my admittedly admiring eye, this makes up for
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many more are fondly remembered remnants of childhood for so many. Yet there is little in the movie about these characters or their creation
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inherited wealth must be particularly
baffling to Americans.
Yet in spite of this, the human attachment of these two shy and rather nerdy Britons of a century ago still has an emotional punch to it. At
least part of the reason is the film's success at imaginatively re-creating the moral world -- as well as, to my eye and barring the Microsoft outlook is many people’s favorite.
pollution, the physical world -- of Edwardian England. It's not just that social class is openly and immensely important to people. That's an
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