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Disgrace

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After having an impulsive affair with a student, a twice-divorced literature professor moves to the Eastern Cape, where he gets caught up in a mess of post-apartheid politics.
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Film4
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December 04, 2009

A perfectly cast John Malkovich gives a superb performance in a powerful and intelligent study of a man coming back from the brink.
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Sunday Times (UK)
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December 11, 2009

If you know the novel, you're likely to feel that something has been lost here; if you don't, you still have the film's monotonous pacing to contend with. Still, Jacobs has directed an intelligent, intriguing drama.
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Wall Street Journal
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September 25, 2009

Demanding but ultimately rewarding...
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Times (UK)
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December 04, 2009

It's hard to say what this solid but unadventurous film adds to Coetzee's powerful source material.
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Chicago Tribune
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September 25, 2009

Unfortunately, though Malkovich remains a compelling and cerebral screen presence, he comes off as too innately detached and prickly to elicit much empathy (not that his character is asking for it, mind you).
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Rotten Tomatoes
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April 19, 2010

Steve Jacobs' adaptation of J.M. Coetzee's Booker Prize-winning novel Disgrace fearlessly pares back the layers of post-Apartheid South Africa within the microcosm of a father/daughter relationship.
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Time Out
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December 04, 2009

It's an enormously complicated story with great potential for reductive schmaltz, but this is avoided thanks to Anna Maria Monticelli's sharp, sensitive screenplay and superb performances.
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Observer (UK)
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December 11, 2009

This chilly film gets surprisingly close to the tone of Coetzee's precise prose.
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Boston Globe
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September 24, 2009

Disgrace is an ugly movie, at times torturous to watch. It probably needs to be.
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Empire Magazine
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December 04, 2009

Surprisingly successful adaptation.
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Chicago Reader
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October 02, 2009

The movie eventually begins to wilt under the sober, plodding direction of Steve Jacobs, but the thoughtful screenplay gives Malkovich a complex, increasingly reflective character arc that he plays with great feeling.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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September 24, 2009

I awaited the closing scenes of Disgrace with a special urgency, because the story had gripped me deeply but left me with no idea how it would end. None -- and I really cared.
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