20 August 2018 | mravawishes
gloomy, yet hopeful
At turns dark and moody and hopeful and poignant, this movie has it all, at least of what you could expect from a biopic/period drama: wonderful costumes, excellent cinematography and settings, a good script and straight historical facts. all the three actresses played their roles exceptionally: charlotte was fierce although depressed and sad; emily was strong, but damaged; anne was overlooked, yet hopeful.
i loved the sisters' interaction with their father - although we don't really know much of patrick, his portrayal in the movie was touching. it also touches on some of the more autobiographical elements on brontes' novels, which i appreciated.
so, "to walk invisible" is nothing less than a 3d textbook with all the saucy and gloomy details they don't show you. a rare treat, one i can only highly, highly recommend.