The Age of Innocence

1993

Action / Drama / Romance

63
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 80%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 76%
IMDb Rating 7.2 10 41078

Synopsis


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Cast

Winona Ryder as May Welland
Martin Scorsese as Photographer
Daniel Day-Lewis as Newland Archer
Michelle Pfeiffer as Ellen Olenska
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2hr 19 min
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2hr 19 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Melissa Stillwell (melissacasting-org) 10 / 10

A Splendid Look Back At Luchino Visconti

Exquisite and yet dark, pungent, unforgiving. The best, the most cinematic kind of period drama since Visconti's "Senso'. Martin Scorsese is, without question, the master of his generation. After his dark paintings of New York, the New York of "Taxi Driver" or "The King Of Comedy" this look back at a time when not just New York, but America was defining its identity. Daniel Day Lewis is sublime and Michelle Pfeiffer gives the performance of her life. I was also profoundly moved for that glimpse of Alexis Smith in her last film appearance and the wonderful voice of Joanne Woodward narrating Edith Wharton's words. Thank you!

Reviewed by DKosty123 7 / 10

1920 Edith Wharton Novel Brought To Life

The Pulitzer Prize was awarded to this novel. This film is magnificently brought to the screen giving it full color and a great cast. Granted, the Author is long gone, and the prize was long ago, but the script adaptation is solid giving life to America prior to 1920. Filming for this was done in Philadelphia, Pa, Troy, NY, the Bronx, and Paris, France among other locations. The locations are all treated well.

Daniel Day-Lewis heads a major cast and has the dilemma of Michelle Pfeiffer versus Winona Ryder who in real life is 13 years her junior. In all these period costumes, they both look magnificent. The period of refinement and elegance fits all of them well.

This is a drama and as such could tend to bore many viewers, but those who appreciate drama and acting will enjoy this one. Geraldine Chaplin is particularly effective in this movie too. It is mostly the story of Newland Archer becoming engaged and married to a beautiful young woman while falling in love with a Countess who has recently been widowed but will not allow herself to consummate a love she has for him too.

The ending of this is very symbolic of the whole story of the real love that is but yet never realized. It is one of quiet rejection.

Reviewed by arunchedathara 8 / 10

mind blowing

it is Mind blowing because My mind was keep on working the whole time while watching the film. it is a different experience. It is not what you see on screen. There is no blood or violence on screen like other Scorsese movies. But There is pain and blood shell INSIDE.

The story is about Love - A forbidden Love. It's the representation of a particular time in the History of America and it's all about human emotions

Don't watch it for some steamy scenes or passionate and romantic dialogues. You will be disappointed. Every character has class and gentleness in behavior and talk. What we see on the screen is the tip of the iceberg. What is happening is really inside their heart.

Everyone who once had a forbidden love affair or lost love can immediately connect to this film and feel the pain. It's about what our mind says when we see each scene. After the film, The minds will be still working. Outstanding performances by the lead actors. Narrative story telling, like Good fells and Casino. The costumes and sets will bring us into that era. It's a story about unseen chains in the society, and passion and love get stuck with it.

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