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Margaret centers on a 17-year-old New York City high-school student who feels certain that she inadvertently played a role in a traffic accident that has claimed a woman's life. In her attempts to ...
Jan 13, 2012 · Margaret, for all its flaws, is a film of rare beauty and shocking gravity. Anna Paquin, pre- True Blood, gives a stellar performance as Lisa Cohen, a child of divorce who lives with her actress...
Having seen Margaret in it's intended 3hr Director's Cut it's difficult thing to comment here on this, the shorter cut of the film. I immediately fell in love with Margaret from the get-go. It's really a simple story: a girl witnesses/causes a fatal accident and the rest of the film is about how she deals with it.
- Kenneth Lonergan
Kenneth Lonergan's "Margaret" was written in 2003, filmed in 2005 and stuck in post-production for six more years. The 150-minute version briefly released theatrically last year was an inchoate masterpiece, perhaps, but a masterpiece nevertheless. The DVD/Blu-ray release, July 10, will feature two versions of the film -- the theatrical release and a new "extended cut" by Lonergan that, he says ...
Margaret has some intriguing ideas that don't often get dramatized in this fashion, and it has a fine cast bringing it to life. Still, like its young protagonist, sometimes it comes off as a bit...
Jun 01, 2012 · Overall, a decent movie but because of too much going on it was hard to stay focused and emotionally involved. Watch it and you will see what I mean. I give it a B-.
- Kenneth Lonergan
Dec 01, 2011 · Margaret – review 5 / 5 stars 5 out of 5 stars. Kenneth Lonergan's long-delayed second film, starring Anna Paquin, is a brilliant, sprawling drama of modern life, writes Peter Bradshaw
Sep 28, 2011 · In Margaret, youth argues with the world, naïve in the certainty that justice can be attained — Lisa’s most appealing sense of entitlement. For the opinionated, hyper-verbal protagonist, who ...
"Margaret's Museum'' is the story of the people who must make their living from the cold-hearted, cost-conscious mining company, but it isn't like other films with similar themes (like "Sons and Lovers,'' "The Molly Maguires'' or "Matewan''). It's quirkier and more eccentric, and has a thread of wry humor running through it.