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"A Room with a View" is the story of George and Lucy, but it also is an attack on the British class system. In the opening scenes of the movie, Lucy and Miss Bartlett have been given a room in the Italian pensione that does not have a view. Dear old Mr. Emerson insists that the women take his rooms, which have a view.
Aug 10, 2016 · Audience Reviews for A Room With a View Mar 03, 2014 Helena Bonham Carter has the big big 80s hair and of course the acting ability to match wits with Maggie Smith and Daniel Day Lewis. A...
"A Room With a View" is an artistically told tale of a Victorian-era "Little-Miss-Can't-Be-Wrong" learning to follow her heart and live her bliss. Full Review | Original Score: 4.5/5
A Room with a View is an outstanding movie filled with drama and romance. There is a scene which includes multiple naked men, but the scene is in no way sexual,... Continue reading
Jan 01, 2000 · Movies: A Room With a View Lucy Honeychurch, a passionate girl repressed by society and an loveless engagement, has her life thrown into turmoil when she meets George Emerson, a man of lesser...
"A Room With A View" is that rarest of movies where everything comes together perfectly. The cinematography is beautiful, it boasts a great cast and is a also a great love story wonderfully well told, in my opinion. Helena Bonham-Carter was a very lucky young lady indeed to get the lead role of Lucy Honeychurch.
Mar 07, 1986 · Because common sense triumphs, ''A Room With a View'' is not only uncharacteristically benign for Forster, but also blithely, elegantly funny, which is a fit description of the first-rate film...
A Room with a View. (570) IMDb 7.3 1h 57min 1986 13+. Helena Bonham Carter plays a young, independent-minded, upper-class woman who is trying to sort out her feelings, divided between a free spirit (Julian Sands) she meets on vacation and the bookworm (Daniel Day-Lewis) to whom she becomes engaged back home. Funny, sexy, and sophisticated, this art-house hit features a sublime supporting cast and remains a touchstone of intelligent romantic cinema.