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Nancy is a movie starring Andrea Riseborough, Steve Buscemi, and Ann Dowd. Nancy becomes increasingly convinced she was kidnapped as a child. When she meets a couple whose daughter went missing thirty years ago, reasonable doubts...

Genres
Drama, Mystery
Director
Christina Choe
Starring
Steve Buscemi, John Leguizamo, Ann Dowd, Andrea Riseborough

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Genres Drama, Mystery
Director Christina Choe
Writer Christina Choe
Stars Steve Buscemi, John Leguizamo, Ann Dowd, Andrea Riseborough
Country USA
Also Known As ナンシー
Runtime 1 h 25 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Nancy becomes increasingly convinced she was kidnapped as a child. When she meets a couple whose daughter went missing thirty years ago, reasonable doubts give way to willful belief.

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Sunday, 19 Jul 2020 19:31

The film started off with a somewhat questionable prologue in which Nancy's boyfriend Dennis (Andrew Scott) was involved in a murder. Now, that was a bit confusing, but not nearly as difficult to understand as some critics made it out to be. So, this documentary explores the entire story of this murder, and how Nancy came to be involved. The film spends time on Nancy's background and how she was able to use it as an asset in her own professional life. The film also explores how her relationship with Dennis developed and how she got involved in the death investigation. Throughout the course of the film, we are subjected to many flashbacks that move Nancy into the present time, as well as certain things that occurred during her childhood that were never explained. For example, we learn that Nancy lived with a black friend, but we never see what color they were. We also learn that Nancy had a brother, but we never see what his name was. Overall, I thought that the documentary was very well done. The direction of the film was very well done. The cinematography was very interesting. The lighting was also very effective in showing the different color tones and the distinct mood of each scene. There were many images that I found very intriguing, and most were pictures that I would have found interesting in the story of Nancy's past. As well, the editing was very effective, and added to the overall effect. This film, in my opinion, has an extremely powerful and emotional effect. Even though I was not emotionally attached to the characters, I was riveted to the story. Some critics have stated that this film is mostly about Nancy and her friends. However, the documentary does a good job at showing how Nancy's childhood and the various events of her life are all connected to one another, but in an ambiguous way. The film does a great job of showing the relationship between Nancy and her brother, Dennis. But, it also shows the relationship between Nancy and her father, who has a major influence on Nancy's life. And the way that they came together was very different from what I thought they would be, but I understand why some people felt this way. Overall, I thought that this film was a good one. It's quite emotional and I think that the director did a great job at weaving this film together into a cohesive whole. It was very well done and I felt that I got a great story that was interesting from beginning to end. This film does a good job at telling a story that I would have liked to have had in my life.
Friday, 19 Jun 2020 17:09

Saw this movie last night at the first play. First, I wanted to write about the cinematic choices the filmmakers made. I liked the style of the film; we see two stories in a film, one in 'present day' (in some ways very similar to, and one-sided in others) and the other in a childhood world. I liked that we don't see every scene from the middle of the film; instead, we see the film in the second half, where the children are adults. As I watched the film, I found the director to have a very cerebral view of the world; I liked that. Secondly, I liked the choices of which characters we see. I particularly liked that the audience has the sense of hearing and seeing the stories of these characters. I also liked that the screenwriter was willing to allow the audience to understand what is going on with the characters, and to know and feel with the characters. Finally, I liked the casting choices. I like that the children are not seen as the central focus of the story, but as the more or less only focus of the audience. I also liked the fact that these children are adults, and that the adult characters (played by adults) are not the ones that we have come to know and love; they are like other adults, as they are defined by and by their actions and actions by others. Overall, this movie is more than good. I like that it has a style that shows some clearly defined breaks with the other films we have seen in recent years. I like that the director (John Woo) has a more cerebral style of telling a story, and I like that the choices of which characters we see are, again, not the ones that are the most important. All in all, I think that this movie is very good. But, it does not have the heart and soul of those other films. 7/10


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