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The Invisible Woman YTS
The Invisible Woman YTS
2013
Action / Biography / Drama / History / Romance
25
6.1/10
10.3K
1 hr 51 min

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Plot Summary:
In 1857, at the height of his fame and fortune, novelist and social critic Charles Dickens meets and falls in love with teenage stage actress Nelly Ternan. As she becomes the focus of his heart and mind, as well as his muse, painful secrecy is the price both must pay.
Director
Ralph Fiennes
Top Cast
Ralph Fiennes as Charles Dickens

Perdita Weeks as Maria Ternan

Felicity Jones as Nelly

Michelle Fairley as Caroline Graves


The Invisible Woman 2013 720p.BluRay

814.15 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
R

Subtitles
23.976 fps
1 hr 51 min
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The Invisible Woman 2013 1080p.BluRay

1.65 GB
1920*1080
English 2.0
R

Subtitles
23.976 fps
1 hr 51 min
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The Invisible Woman review

Reviewed by AlsExGal

7 / 10

Ralph Fiennes as a director
The titular Invisible Woman is Nelly Ternan, the young woman who became Charles Dickens’ (1812-1870) mistress. How this liaison came about was a complete surprise to me and therefore must remain unsaid since it would IMO constitute a spoiler (most folks plow right through spoiler alerts anyway so that won’t work). Nelly is played by Felicity Jones and Kristin Scott Thomas plays Nelly’s mother, both who are more than competent but who have unspectacular roles.

It’s all Ralph Fiennes who plays Dickens as ebullient, enthusiastic, and even flamboyant and is given a great opportunity to shine, which he does.. He also directs and was not originally set to play the lead but they couldn’t find anyone else. Fiennes dominates the film so and yet the best parts for me was the work of an actress named Joanna Scanian who plays poor Mrs Dickens. Short and rotund and with an appearance of possible simple-mindedness (first impression) she rallies and practically steals the show. She is intelligent, perspicacious in how she views her husband, and is quietly courageous in an awkward scene with Nelly.

After reading the separation letter from Charles, her breakdown is severe yet restrained exhibiting an extraordinary piece of slice-of-life acting. If Charles likeability, which is considerable, is to make us forgive him for his treatment of his wife, it will have to withstand the effect of her scenes, which makes us look at him more harshly. And yet she doesn’t attack him directly, it’s her person that effects us (and with very little screen time). After reading a little of the history, the film seems a faithful rendering.Read More