The Hours

A Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, a screenplay by distinguished playwright David Hare and a powerhouse cast: Elements that look golden on paper all too often produce leaden, excessively respectful films, and the marvel of this adaptation of Michael Cunningham's highly literary The Hours is that it works as well as it does. At the same time, it's the kind of...read more

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Mon Apr 30 11:40am
The Hours HBO2

Three women, separated by 80 years, struggle with similar crises linked by the novel Mrs. Dalloway. Author Virginia Woolf attempts to start writing that novel, a '50s housewife contemplates leaving her life behind and a modern-day book editor cares for a f (more…)

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Tue May 1 11:00am
The Hours HBO

Three women, separated by 80 years, struggle with similar crises linked by the novel Mrs. Dalloway. Author Virginia Woolf attempts to start writing that novel, a '50s housewife contemplates leaving her life behind and a modern-day book editor cares for a f (more…)

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  • Released: 2002
  • Rating: PG-13
  • Review: A Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, a screenplay by distinguished playwright David Hare and a powerhouse cast: Elements that look golden on paper all too often produce leaden, excessively respectful films, and the marvel of this adaptation of Michael Cunningha… (more)

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