Biopics are treat to eyes as it represents true incidents of a person portrayed on the silver screen. Woman in Gold follows the same trend which is thoroughly captivating and fun to watch.
Woman In Gold tells the story of two people Maria Altmann – a Jewish refugee, who fights with Austrian government for a painting which she believes belongs to her ancestor and Randol Schoenberg who support Maria against all odds.
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Simon Curtis, who previously directed My Week With Marlyn, rightfully chooses a niche subject but does well as a storyteller. He keeps audience engaged with each sequence in the film as the drama unfolds. I loved the flashback story portraying beautiful family of Maria Altmann. The screenplay will test your patience as movie does take time to build on you. As the main drama unfolds in the court begins, the movie takes an interesting turn and will definitely keep you tight till the end. Dialogues are worthy. Art direction is nice. Cinematography is good. Editing is crispy.
The chemistry between Ryan Reynolds and Helen Mirren is astounding and brilliant actors will mesmerize the audience with their heart-winning performances. Helen Mirren as usual is dependable. She is fiery as woman demanding her rights and emotional when she wins. Kudos to her brilliant portrayal of Maria Altmann. Ryan Reynolds takes you by surprise as a lawyer who believes himself and does what is right.
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On the whole, Woman In Gold is definitely a solid film with electrifying performances. Excellent 3.5/5