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In 1951, Laura Brown, a pregnant housewife, is planning a party for her husband, but she can't stop reading the novel 'Mrs. Dalloway'. Clarissa Vaughn, a modern woman living in present times is throwing a party for her friend Richard, a famous author dying of AIDS. These two stories are simultaneously linked to the work and life of Virginia Woolf, who's writing the novel mentioned before.
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Nick's Flick Picks
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September 16, 2006

The Hours totally engrosses me... It somehow deepens the [book's] themes to see the bodies, scrutinize the faces, smell the money, feel the flatness of the screen.
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Common Sense Media

December 28, 2010

Smart, thoughtful movie for older teens and up.
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New York Magazine/Vulture

August 07, 2004

A puzzling and forbidding strangeness.
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Film Threat
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December 06, 2005

The film's true star is its script.
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Miami Herald
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January 17, 2003

The film actually improves on Cunningham's novel, thanks to gorgeous cinematography, a deft script by playwright David Hare ... a mournful, melodious but never intrusive score by Philip Glass and a superb cast.
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Good Morning America
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February 25, 2015

The script, the score, the sets, the costumes, and the direction are all Oscar quality, and incredible performances from Kidman, Moore, Streep and Harris make The Hours seem like minutes.
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Chicago Reader
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February 11, 2008

David Hare's screen adaptation reduces Woolf and her art to a set of feminist stances and a few plot points, without reference to style or form.
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EmanuelLevy.Com
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March 26, 2009

Daldry's screen version is well acted but too literal, failing to convey the complexity or the lyricism of Cunningham's seminal novel.
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Houston Chronicle

January 17, 2003

A compelling, moving film that respects its audience and its source material.
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TheMovieReport.com
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February 01, 2009

More than just Oscar bait; it's a veritable Oscar bait and tackle shop.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

A boldly realised, affecting work.
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Detroit News

January 17, 2003

As stunning an acting showcase as you'll find.
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