Revolutionary Road

Sam Mendes won the Best Director Oscar for his debut film, American Beauty. The 1999 black comedy took a jaded view of suburban ennui and emasculated middle-aged men, and while Mendes returns to this subject matter with his adaptation of Richard Yates' cult novel Revolutionary Road, it's hardly a case of an artist reverting to safe, familiar territory. more

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05:04 — Interview with Kate Winslet on her character April Wheeler in Revolutionary Road.

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