Monday, April 16, 2012

The next film that I cannot wait to see....

Ah. I've always thought Gellhorn was far more brilliant than Hemingway and got so little attention. And now...there she is come to life. I've never been a big Kidman fan, but that just might be changing. Just in this tease trailer, she makes me want to know this woman, be her, be friends with her.

Hemingway? I could take or leave...but Gellhorn? Oh, my.

8 comments:

sybil law said...

Yes. She was an amazing woman (though not much of a mother)!

JohnD said...

looks fascinating - will put it on my 'Must view' list!

Vinita said...

I was just looking up Hemingway yesterday after booking the 'Paris Wife' yesterday which is a biographical account of his first marriage. this account seems more interesting and I looked them up on Wikipedia to find out that Gelhorn challenged him the most. Looking forward to seeing it but probably will end up renting a DVD...my husband appreciated The Artist but dont think he will be up for this one.

MB said...

I agree with you completely. Can take or leave Hemingway, but this looks fascinating.

Mitchell is Moving said...

I hadn't even heard of this. Thank you so much. I HAVE TO see it!

Rose said...

Looks really great! I am not a fan of Hemingway, but the trailer really drew me in. Thanks for the heads-up!

Earth Muffin said...

I'm ashamed to say I'm only vaguely familiar with Gellhorn. Hemingway? Meh. But I will say this trailer really caught my attention. This will have to be one I see by myself. Mr. EM watched about 20 seconds of the trailer and then wandered away bored to death. Le sigh.

I'm lukewarm about Nicole Kidman. Sometimes I see her in something and really enjoy her (To Die For), but most of the time I just find her to be a bit bland.

teeveezed said...

Hemingway schmemingway.