R | | Biography, Drama, War
One of the most celebrated war correspondents of our time, Marie Colvin is an utterly fearless and rebellious spirit, driven to the frontline of conflicts across the globe to give voice to the voiceless.
In a piece for Harper's Bazaar dated 4 December 2018, war correspondent Janine di Giovanni, who knew Marie Colvin, writes critically of the film: "There were no good guys at the Sunday Times, where Colvin worked, who cared for her well-being. There were instead editors who wanted scoops at the expense of the safety of their reporters. Colvin had many friends in London, but none of them were similar to the Bridget Jones-style girlfriend character (portrayed by Nikki Amuka-Bird) in the film. Her last boyfriend was not a caring and loving Stanley Tucci but rather a man who gave her immense heartache and distress. There were no "heads on sticks" in Bosnia, as the character meant to be Colvin's first husband, Patrick Bishop, says in one of the opening scenes (heads were on sticks in Chechnya). Colvin's second husband, Juan Carlos Gumucio, is erased from the script altogether, though he played an important role in her life." Although positive about Rosamund Pike's performance, she recommends that her readers watch the documentary Bearing Witness (2005) instead.
I see it, so you don't have to.
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$60,491 (USA) (4 November 2018)
$1,633,208 (USA) (24 January 2019)
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