Summer in February

2013

Action / Biography / Drama / Romance

79
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 35%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 27%
IMDb Rating 5.6 10 3178

Synopsis


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Cast

Emily Browning as Florence Carter Wood
Dan Stevens as Gilbert Evans
Dominic Cooper as AJ Munnings
Hattie Morahan as Laura Knight
720p 1080p
760.63 MB
1280*720
English
Not Rated
23.976 fps
1hr 40 min
P/S 3 / 7
1.45 GB
1920*1080
English
Not Rated
23.976 fps
1hr 40 min
P/S 2 / 11

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by katepig 3 / 10

Very Depressing

This was a very depressing film. AJ comes across as a manipulative sociopath who's only talent is art. Anyone getting close to him seems to be damaged by it. Admittedly I don't know much about the artist, but this movie definitely didn't make me want to know anything more about him. He seemed like a cancerous evil man with no real redeeming qualities. Captain Evans seemed like a decent enough guy. though his character was a little bit one dimensional. The fact that Florence married AJ makes her seem like a complete moron and makes it hard to care about her inevitable suicide. She destroyed her life getting involved with such a worthless piece of excrement. There's little character development, and much of the characters motivations remain a mystery. Especially Florence.

Reviewed by automin-714-451528 9 / 10

Unexciting

Having read the book several times, to see the film was an absolute 'must'. It would have been difficult to adapt the whole story to screen, particularly into 100 minutes, the consequence of which, those who have not read the book may not easily grasp the real intricacies and make-up of some of the characters. However, it is a beautiful film, beautifully made. The music and the photography contribute in a magical but powerful way and all the actors play their characters superbly. It was obviously made with passion. It is a haunting and heartbreaking story, one that can be thought provoking. "Summer In February" is an emotional journey, but certainly one worth taking. I intend to see it again soon. Very soon.

Reviewed by Jimmy-w 10 / 10

Excellent film. Beautifully acted and shot.

I thought this film was fantastic. It was beautiful to watch and seriously tore at the heart strings. I'm not particularly into art or horses but I loved it and I imagine if you are into art or horses, you'll be bowled over. Where I wasn't particularly keen on Dominic Cooper before, in this he had me completely invested. I think the star of the film however has to be Hattie Morahan. She had so much life in her portrayal of Laura Knight and she had me completely captivated from the beginning. Dan Stevens and Emily Browning were also good and there was a fascinating chemistry sparking off between all three leads. There's something for everyone here. Takes a bit of warming up from the beginning but I came out of the cinema buzzing. Go see.

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