PG-13 | | Biography, Drama, History
A British woman recalls coming of age during World War I - a story of young love, the futility of war, and how to make sense of the darkest times.
To get the extras to act urgently and emotionally in the train station where Vera and Roland stay their goodbyes, director James Kent blasted loud house music from large speakers. The initial juxtaposition was so jarring that Kit Harington nearly peed himself with ... ...
Down the long white road we walked together. Down between the grey hills and the heather. You seemed all brown and soft, just like linnet. Your errant hair had shadowed sunbeams in it. And there shone all April in your eyes.
When Edward is playing the piano by himself, his arms and hands don't move in conjunction with the notes that we hear.
During the opening credits, World War I guns can be heard in the background.
$53,000 (USA) (7 June 2015)
$1,822,030 (USA) (11 October 2015)
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