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September 6, 2019 7:55PM PT Annette Bening plays a woman blindsided by her husband's decision to leave after three decades in William Nicholson's low-key British drama. In “Hope Gap, ” Annette Bening plays a fiercely intelligent but not nearly independent enough English housewife who has been toiling away on a project for years. A lover of literature, and poetry in particular, Bening’s character Grace is compiling a book of verses for the full range of human experience. She intends to call it “I Have Been Here Before, ” and it will serve as a kind of life preserver for the dejected and depressed, reminding that no one is experiencing hardship for the first time, and that others more eloquent have managed to put those feelings to paper, signaling the way through for all who follow. Writer-director William Nicholson intends “Hope Gap” to work in much the same way. Slow and stuffy, like a filmed play, but also considerably more nuanced and mature than your typical relationship drama, it’s the story of a marriage that ended almost entirely out of the blue after the couple had been together for 29 years. Except the split wasn’t unexpected; it had been telegraphed in tiny ways almost every day for decades, until at last, it came to a head, and the husband (played by Bill Nighy) left, enlisting his son (Josh O’Connor) to help Grace cope with the separation. It’s a difficult prospect, inspired by the divorce of Nicholson’s own parents, and the filmmaker navigates it as sensitively as possible in order to be fair to both parties. In the process, his characters’ pain, and also their resilience, serve to let others know they’re not alone. That’s a noble aim, I suppose, but a rather dreary one for audiences seeking escapism, rather than a suicide hotline ? which, incidentally, is where Grace volunteers to work, channeling her newfound cynicism into a kind of surly commiseration with those worse off than she feels. Woe is the soul who suggests “Hope Gap” as a date night. A film like this is better watched at home, curled up beneath the quilt with a pint of Cherry Garcia and a box of Kleenex. More than just the metaphorical discrepancy between Grace’s expectations and the reality of her marriage, “Hope Gap” is an actual place, a scenic stretch of cliffs in Sussex, facing south toward France. It’s a perfectly lovely spot to throw oneself into the ocean ? and don’t think that hasn’t occurred to Grace, although she’s none too keen about scraping her face across the white chalk limestone on the way down. Grace and her husband have shared a house not far from the cliffs for decades, firmly entrenched in their routines. Grace never finishes her tea. Edward comes home, makes a cup for himself and retreats to his desk on the other side of the house. Edward is a history professor who spends his evenings “wikiing” (correcting articles on Wikipedia), which inspires one of Nicholson’s many fuddy-duddy riffs on how modern society seems out of sync with his obsolete characters: “If you make a history mistake in a Wiki article, you click undo and revert it. ” (There’s an even more groan-worthy one later, about paying with a chip-equipped credit card: “It’s all contactless now. ”) Nicholson is a gifted writer with an impressive list of credits that includes “Unbroken, ” “Gladiator” and “Les Misérables” (nearly all of which were co-written, which makes his contributions a bit tricky to parse, although more can be told from his C. S. Lewis biopic, “Shadowlands, ” based on his own play). He gives in a bit too easily to showing his wit, which is backed by a kind of earnestness that can be uncomfortable to watch ? at least to the extent that “Hope Gap” is personal, a reflection of what his parents went through. Grace adopts a dog and names it after her husband. A detail like that would be corny if someone had made it up, but here it’s just heartbreaking. In the weeks to follow, whenever their grown son Jamie comes home, he finds her sitting on the hall stairs, as if waiting for Edward to return. Again, brutal. He doesn’t let his father off easy (Edward waits until he falls for someone else ? the mother of one of his pupils ? before finding the courage to leave), nor does he begrudge the man his newfound bliss. When Grace confronts the other woman, the stranger matter-of-factly replies, “I think I thought there were three unhappy people, and now there’s only one. ” The final dagger. What has Jamie lost, raised in a household without real love between his parents? They felt it once, maybe ? although a story about how they met (on the wrong train) suggests their son is the only good thing to come of the marriage. And even he seems stunted in matters of romance and home-building, judging by his life back in London. How much of himself has Nicholson put into Jamie? “I never asked myself if she was happy or what she was thinking, ” the young man shares early on ? although casting Bening, who seems to have looped her English-accented lines, as his mother seems like the highest compliment, and the actress is excellent in all her bedraggled desperation. In any case, it seems like Edward was equally uncurious about a wife he took for granted, a wife who gets on his nerves. “You go for him, ” Jamie reproaches her. “He should fight back, ” she says. “I want a reaction. ” What she wants is reassurance. Something has been not right about their marriage for ages, and Edward is too mild-mannered to address it. We’re used to seeing Nighy play salty, extroverted characters, garrulous and good-natured, but Edward is like an old ficus, bent over by years of badgering. The more Grace picks at him, the more he retreats … until such time that he has backed himself out of the marriage entirely. Grace wants them to stay together, but it’s clear that neither Jamie nor Nicholson shares that view. The marriage has run its course. It happens. And where do people turn when it does? Well, now they’ll have “Hope Gap” to cling to ? proof that someone has been here before. International production and distribution powerhouse All3Media has named former ITV and Virgin Media communications boss Mike Large as group director of communications. In the newly created role, Large will oversee corporate communications for All3Media’s expanding operations in the U. K., Europe, North America and Asia, and will report into All3Media CEO Jane Turton. Large was previously [... ] MADRID ?? 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Annette Bening and Josh O'Connor in 'Hope Gap' (Photo credit: Robert Viglasky) BFI London Film Festival William Nicholson’s Hope Gap, starring Annette Bening, Bill Nighy and Josh O’Connor had its U. K. premiere at the BFI London Film Festival. Hope Gap is William Nicholson’s second feature film. Known for his work as a screenwriter?being one of the writers for Ridley Scott’s? Gladiator? (2000)?and young adult novels, Nicholson had his big break with? Shadowland, a drama he made for the BBC, produced by David Thompson, which went on to win the BAFTA for the Best British Television Drama.? Shadowland was subsequently expanded by Nicholson into a play. It had such a great success on Broadway that the stage play was then adapted into a film directed by Richard Attenborough and starring Anthony Hopkins. The screenplay was eventually nominated for the best screenplay award at the Oscars. His first feature was a beautiful film called? Firelight, starring Sophie Marceau and Stephen Dellane, produced by Disney for $9. 5 million but which sadly did not do so well in the box office, probably because it was not so well marketed and distributed. Hope Gap is also derived from one of Nicholson’s stage plays, named? The Retreat from Moscow, which starred John Lithgow, Eileen Atkins and Ben Chaplin. In his filmic adaptation of his own play, Nicholson now directs Josh O’Connor, as the 28-year-old son Jamie, Annette Bening playing the mother Grace and Bill Nighy, who plays Edward the father. Autobiographical in nature, the film tells the story of the break-up of a thirty-year marriage, with the grown son finding himself stuck in the middle. The name of the original play refers to a moment in history during Napoleonic times, when soldiers were wounded, the carriage would deliberately drive over rotten ground in the hope that the wounded soldiers would fall off and thus be left behind. This is a story which the history teacher Edward repeats twice throughout? Hope Gap, serving as a metaphor as to how he views the state of his marriage with Grace. Hope Gap? is an intense film, portraying the crudeness of all three of its characters’ emotional states after the break-up. The film is at times too emotionally draining, lightened up with some funny moments. At the London Film Festival, where the film had its U. premiere this Friday, Nicholson discussed his career and the making of? Hope Gap. The film is based on his own life when his parents separated when he was 28. Like the character Jamie, he was being pulled between his parents, acting as the go-between. It felt for him like something was parting inside him, he said. Bill Nighy in 'Hope Gap' Nicholson explains how he changed some details of what happened in his life to make the story more cinematic. In one sequence at the beginning of the film, Edward tells Jamie that he plans to leave Grace that very day. Edward tells his son before he even reveals this to his own wife first. The suspense builds as Grace returns from church completely unaware of what is about to befall upon her. This is an element which Nicholson added to create a more emotional scene for the break-up. For Nicholson, his film is entirely dependent on the casting and the actors’ performance. Annette Bening’s performance is heart-breaking, showing the extent of her character’s despair at being left by her husband, feeling that her thirty years of marriage was just a lie. Although at one point, her character plunges a little too much into pathos. In one sequence, when Jamie comes to visit her, now alone in the big family home, he finds notes with the words “I love you” everywhere, in the fridge, amongst the cutlery. She tells him it is in the hope that upon seeing it her husband might decide to return to her. Bill Nighy’s character is withdrawn, the typical closed-off English man unable to articulate his emotions. Josh O’Connor’s performance communicates this state of being torn between two parents, unable to take sides. It is his scenes with Annette Bening that are most poignant. It is, however, unclear from whose perspective this story is being told. While the film has Jamie’s voice-over narrating some aspects from the son’s point of view, the film also shows Grace’s memories. This confusion is apparent from the very opening sequence, in which Jamie narrates his memory of the beach named Hope Gap. At the same time, the film shows Bening sitting on the beach looking at a young boy, suggesting that she is also remembering the time when her son was still a child. Hope Gap was an independent production with David Thompson as producer.? Hope Gap? is distributed by Curzon in the U. K.
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The wholesome cinematic universe: Mr. Rogers Bob Ross Steve Irwin Robin Williams. The cartoon daniel tigers neighborhood still sings the neighborhood. Not this neighborhood. Very enjoyable drama about an couple whose marriage is strained and break up and the effects on each and their grown son. Some humour but a serious film. Performances are first class and as usual Annette Bening is outstanding. John O'Connor (Gods Own Country) also is a stand out. Plot twist: Mr. Rodgers changed his name from Steve to Fred after Endgame.

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I'm sad. Time flies quickly, we are getting old, beloved series end. I may exaggerate, but my deepest wish is to go back to the time when we weren't worried, when someone looked after you, loved you, etc. Watch full length hope gap for women. Synopsis A couple's visit with their son takes a dramatic turn when the father tells him he plans on leaving his mother. Cast Crew Details Genres Director Producers Writer Editor Cinematography Production Design Popular reviews More london film festival 2019: film eight headline gala a trio of stellar performances make the poetic and surprisingly funny hope gap a rather endearing piece of filmmaking. generally well-written (until it drops a clunky line every fifteen minutes or so), we explore a 28-year marriage in its final days, presenting both sides with thought and consideration. again - because it’s worth mentioning twice - supported by wonderful performances, particularly from annette benning, hope gap is a minor triumph worthy of your time. i guess some middle class boomers will enjoy this? jesus christ Perhaps a slightly indulgent feature that nevertheless showcases some stunning performances, some poetic sequences ?and comedic beats that are just so wholesomly British. But JOSH I EXPECTED YOU ON THE RED CARPET WHERE WERE YOU?!!! LFF FILM 2: I WISH I enjoyed this as much as the person next to me who was belly laughing and then sobbing very audibly all throughout this. They clearly had a great time with this. You can find my review here: (LFF 2019 #12) Hope Gap is a very British film (it's probably not a good idea to play a drinking game every time a tea cup is spotted in each kitchen scene). Taking place in a small seaside town in rural England, it follows the breakup of a married couple and the fallout that it has on their lives and their adult son, who is working in tech and living out on his own in the city. The film looks at the differences that people can have in a marriage later in life and how breakups in marriages can destroy both people involved, and for the most part it’s a film that works, … This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth. A little bit too detached for my liking... but then again it was obviously fitting given the subject matter. All I can say was I kinda wanted more? 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Carried out by a group of white Americans, this is a government sanctified hunt on the people of Bacurau (a clear allegory to the current state of Brazil), which leads up to a finale so bloody it could make Tarantino jealous. The stunning cinematography by Pedro Sotero, however, ensures that the… Not everyone who’s watched and reviewed this film is the only child of divorced parents where the father left the mother for a woman named Angela and it SHOWS. This was truly something.? Mum and I went to see this at the cinema having no idea what the plot was and as the film went on we squeezed each other’s hands and laughed loudly and cried quietly in the dark. The handling of these flawed characters was exquisite, and while the whole thing felt a lot like a stage play, it never felt dishonest. Mum and I are both very moved, if not a little unsure what to say. Good little 3 hander drama about a marriage breakdown, well performed. "A film about a marriage breaking up after 33 years could be just about the saddest thing imaginable, second only to one about a marriage ending after 45 Years. The harsh reality of suddenly being alone at an age where it becomes harder to meet new people is terrifying; the implications that the separation creates about the past are unbearable. But rather than focusing on the shock of the event or dwelling on the misery of it, British director and celebrated screenwriter William Nicholson chooses to address the break-up by circling around it until enough time has passed for it to be seen in a more reasonable light. " Full review on Cineuropa. London film festival 2019: It’s your typical “quite nice“ film. Nice character building, charmingly funny, but mostly heartbreaking, nice landscape shots. At the same time, you don’t feel you would miss to much by skipping this. 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10 star rating for this cinema. I loved it the way of direction. Such a great movie. I'd recommend everyone to watch it. Thank you William Nicholson for saving my Dinard Film Festival 2019. After viewing several so un-innovative "real stories" Red Joan, Fisherman's Friends) and "social realism" films (The Last Tree, VS - even though VS's world of rap battles was fascinating) I was getting really disappointed in British cinema.
Hope Gap made up for all that. It is beautifully acted (Annette Bening is extraordinary) deep and subtle, and does carry you away. I already found this movie in that random DVD bin in the middle of the aisle at Walmart next to the rotisserie chickens.

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