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We have here "The Bookshop", starring Emily Mortimer as a widow who opens a bookshop in a small town in 1950s England. Sure enough, she faces hostility from a gentle but cold socialite (Patricia Clarkson), while a widowed bookworm (Bill Nighy) is her only real fan.Is ‘the bookshop’ (2018) a good movie?
The Bookshop is a pleasant film littered with stretches of what feel like interminable fluff. The Bookshop is one film on the surface and something far more sinister underneath, giving some terrific actors a marvelous showcase. The ever-winsome Emily Mortimer glows as a struggling widow who opens a bookstore in her insular coastal town.Where was the bookshop filmed?
The Bookshop is a 2017 drama film written and directed by Isabel Coixet, based on the 1978 novel of the same name by Penelope Fitzgerald. The film stars Emily Mortimer, Patricia Clarkson, and Bill Nighy. The film was shot in Portaferry and Strangford, County Down, Northern Ireland, and in Barcelona during August and September 2016.Is the bookshop a British film?
'The Bookshop' and is a very British film although Isabel Coixet was born in Spain (but with enough international productions in her filmography). The film is British not only because the story takes place in England, but also in its style, characters and narrative approach.