The Dressmaker


Action / Comedy / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 65%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 92%
IMDb Rating 7.1 10 39638


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Liam Hemsworth as Teddy McSwiney
Kate Winslet as Myrtle 'Tilly' Dunnage
Hugo Weaving as Sergeant Farrat
Sarah Snook as Gertrude 'Trudy' Pratt
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865.1 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 59 min
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1hr 59 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 6 / 10

weird collection of characters

It's 1951. Fashionable Tilly Dunnage (Kate Winslet) returns to her rural hometown of Dungatar, Australia. Her delusional mother (Judy Davis) lives in their rundown family home. Twenty five years earlier, she was banished for suspicion of murder which she does not remember. She seeks the truth and revenge for the guilty. Teddy McSwiney (Liam Hemsworth) is a friendly neighbor. Sergeant Horatio Farrat (Hugo Weaving) is a cross-dresser.

This is filled with a collection of strange characters. The movie is set to be a weird dark disturbing affair. I don't care that much about the dressmaking except for helping Tilly to solve the 25 year old case. I'm not always a fan of extensive flashbacks but this movie needs it. The most compelling aspect is the mystery of the boy's death. The movie is energized whenever Tilly starts solving the case. The present is less compelling than the past. The pacing does struggle at times. It takes a darker turn after solving the case. In a way, the movie starts anew after the climax which is often problematic. There are many issues. It tries to be quirky light comedy at times which fit uncomfortably with the dark material. This is possibly a better fit for a mini-series where the various twists can be given a cliffhanger and room to breathe. There are some great sections but it's bumpy ride.

Reviewed by Colorado Snowstorm 8 / 10

Unique and beautifully done

I loved the contrast in this movie between the beauty of Kate Winslet and her dresses and the ugliness and dirtiness of the town. The dry, subtle humor reminded me of what I loved in the films "Chocolat" and "Edward Scissorhands." The charming weirdness of the town and its occupants kept me engaged throughout. And of course, as always, Kate Winslet was stunning, authentic, and addictive. I only wish that they would have let Teddy live. But, I guess that would have taken away the opportunity for rage and revenge at the end, so I guess I can see why they did it. Overall, I very much enjoyed the movie and thought it was very well done.

Reviewed by jasontheterrible 9 / 10

Wish I had Seen it on the Big Screen

When great care is taken with the cinematography and lighting, I want the big screen experience, but I avoided this film because the material did not grab me. It is immediately obvious they are using real film and that is rare, but what a treat! If one review had described the metamorphoses of the female forms and faces, I would have been there on opening night. That is no longer politically correct. The dress maker transforms rural hounds into breathtaking beauties with sexy dresses and super-hot make up. This happens in a backwards, rural town setting with a 1940's time flavor when glamour and man chasing was openly sanctioned. The story is good but the characters are the most fascinating bunch assembled in a long time and well played by all. Most will especially enjoy Winslet and Davis but all are good. The scoring is also great. See it for the sexual tension, raw beauty and love lessons.

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