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The Duchess

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Georgina is the girl whose story begins in the 18th century. Georgina is the Duchess of Devonshire, living a noisy life filled with a set of traditions, social norms, protocols, fame and money. The girl might pay for it after she entered into a failed marriage. There are many conflicts and confrontations that must be faced. Georgina will meet a special conflict, her life with her husband's mistress and the love of a young political man. Perhaps the Duchess is a girl who may rise to the world of fame, money and power, but all for a great deal of her life.
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January 24, 2009

At its simplest, it's a gorgeous film with beautiful period costumes and intricate set designs. However, something tells me that's not the level director Saul Dibb wanted to achieve greatest on.
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Times-Picayune

October 09, 2009

The Duchess doesn't pretend to be anything other than what it is: a comfortable, low-calorie morsel of historical drama.
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October 18, 2008

It chronicles the saga of a vibrant and forward-thinking woman hampered by the constraints of a rigid society.
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January 06, 2009

Knightley and Cooper don't ever generate much in the way of chemistry.
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Chicago Tribune

October 18, 2008

It's disturbingly shallow, focused so tightly on one woman's feelings of repression and loneliness that it lacks any perspective on their causes.
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September 29, 2016

Keira wears a series of gorgeous frocks and runs through her full repertoire of smirks and simpers... But if you can look past the dresses and the sullen lips, then you have to admit that [she] delivers another solid performance.
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November 07, 2008

This is a wonderful film.
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March 05, 2009

a refreshing look at British royalty, and it will curb your want to be part of that era, age and societal level
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Arizona Republic
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October 09, 2008

The Duchess is clearly Knightley's movie, ultimately rising or falling on her performance. She's up to the task, capturing both the charm and grace that made Georgiana so captivating.
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Window to the Movies
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February 09, 2009

Everything you'd expect it to be: a well-acted British period piece with lavish attention to period detail, about discontented characters in a royal family. And that's about it.
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November 07, 2008

There's something really special about Kiera Knightly in these period pieces.
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Seattle Times

September 26, 2008

Fiennes, an actor who disappears into roles like ice in a teacup, makes the Duke a complex and almost sympathetic figure, a bulky, unappealing man whose interests are in all the wrong things.
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