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I Capture the Castle CD2
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I Capture the Castle CD2

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Seventeen-year-old Cassandra Mortmain struggles to survive in a decaying English castle in 1930s where she strives, over six turbulent months, to hone her writing skills. Her journals candidly chronicle the great changes that take place within the castle's walls, and her own first descent into love.
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Kansas City Star
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October 03, 2003

The film is a charmer. It's romantic, funny and satisfying.
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Dallas Morning News
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August 07, 2003

A refreshingly mature look at first love and life's often-rough transitions.
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Denver Post
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July 25, 2003

Never shies from indulging us and our desire for a gentle and generous world that doesn't slip into easy answers.
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About.com
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October 14, 2003

Romala Garai is utterly convincing as the smart, wistful girl with the notebook.
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Miami Herald
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August 22, 2003

The filmmakers can't seem to unearth the novel's inherent lightheartedness and instead treat too many events with earnest seriousness, trampling the original story's lively spirit in heavy-handed drama.
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Boulder Weekly
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February 09, 2004

...mines the rich veins of both Austen and Fitzgerald. But Fywell lets his focus wander. By the end Castle seems to come apart stone by stone.
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Detroit Free Press
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August 08, 2003

Dollops on the usual romantic, family and class conflicts with a very heavy ladle, which pretty much smothers the whimsical mood Fywell strains so hard to attain.
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Roanoke Times (Virginia)
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October 20, 2003

The fancy-pants accents and period costuming make one feel intellectually smug, as if the afternoon had been spent watching a Merchant-Ivory film - only without the tedium of actually sitting through a Merchant-Ivory film.
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