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Mrs Dalloway (film)

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Mrs Dalloway
Mrs Dalloway (film).jpg
Directed byMarleen Gorris
Produced byStephen Bayly
Screenplay byEileen Atkins
Based onMrs Dalloway
by Virginia Woolf
Starring
Music byIlona Sekacz
CinematographySue Gibson
Edited byMichiel Reichwein
Production
company
Distributed byFirst Look International
Release date
Running time
97 mins
CountryUnited Kingdom
United States
Netherlands
LanguageEnglish
Box office$3,309,421

Mrs Dalloway is a 1997 British drama film, a co-production by the United Kingdom, the United States, and the Netherlands, that is directed by Marleen Gorris and stars Vanessa Redgrave, Natascha McElhone and Michael Kitchen.[1]

Based on the 1925 novel by Virginia Woolf, and moving continually between the present and the past that is in the characters' heads, it covers a day in the life of Mrs Dalloway, wife of a prosperous politician in London.

Plot

On a beautiful morning in 1923, Clarissa Dalloway sets out from her large house in Westminster to choose the flowers for a party she is holding that evening. Her teenage daughter Elizabeth is unsympathetic, preferring the company of the evangelical Miss Kilman. A passionate old suitor, Peter Walsh, turns up and does not disguise the mess he has made of his career and his love life. For Clarissa this confirms her choice in preferring the unexciting but affectionate and dependable Richard Dalloway. At her party Sally turns up, who was her closest friend, so close they kissed on the lips, but is now wife of a self-made millionnaire and mother of five.

Intercut with Clarissa's present and past is the story of another couple. Septimus was a decorated officer in the First World War but is now collapsing under the strain of delayed shell-shock, in which he is paralysed by horrific flashbacks and consumed with guilt over the death of his closest comrade. His wife Rezia tries to get him psychiatric help but the doctors she consults are little use: when one commits him to a mental hospital, he jumps from a window to his death. The doctor turns up late at Clarissa's party, apologising because he had to attend to a patient's suicide. Clarissa stands by a window and ponders what it would mean to jump.

Partial cast

References

  1. ^ "Mrs Dalloway (1998)". BFI.

External links

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