Il faut que je te parle. Je lutte pour vivre les choses, pour rester connectée à celle que j'étais. So, to wrap it up in a nutshell: Still Alice is a wonderful film, an intimate and fascinating study in the field of family drama, and one of the year's best. Everything about this movie was great. The film was directed and adapted by Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland, who share both the writing and directing duties on almost all of their projects to date.
Bold, provocative, and emotionally gripping, she delivers one of her strongest performances to date. The performances of Alec Baldwin and Ms. We have to try or we're going to go crazy. Alice Howland used, albeit with great difficulties, to describe her daughter Lydia played by Stewart in one point of the film. C'est probablement ma dernière année de lucidité. Julianne Moore successfully shows the struggle, confusion, anger, pain and isolation of having such a disease through her incredible performance.
Ça me rend fou ce qui m'arrive. And that makes the journey through her story even more challenging, difficult and painful for the viewer. It's not just about the struggle of Alice Moore , it's also an in- depth and informative medical drama that not only breaks your heart, but provide valuable information and sensitivity to anyone who may know or will know someone in the future. Still Alice is a rare gem, where you feel sad and depressed as the film goes along, yet come out of the cinema almost happy. À la plus belle et à la plus intelligente des femmes que j'ai jamais connue.
If you have lived with the loneliness and the torture of watching someone you love lose his or her mind this movie may just give you the strength to go on. They cover different angles of the topic at hand without getting too preachy. So it is a nine out of ten stars from me, only because I felt there could have been more screen time for the other children in the Howland family, and therefore the film could have been at least 10-15 minutes longer. I hate this is happening to me. It defiantly wont be for everyone, as many may find it slow or too emotionally draining, but if you think you can handle it, then it will be an experience you'll never forget. The music is often intense and minimalistic, it feels like it is just an addition to the already rich environment the characters find themselves in and I would love to see at least a nomination at the Oscars for Eshkeri, although I highly doubt it. Julianne Moore's performance is particularly compassionate.
And what ultimately makes author Lisa Genova's debut bestselling novel so personal, yet so universal and identifiable in it's messages, are the performances. Co-star Alec Baldwin, who plays Alice's husband John, showcases one of his most layered portrayals yet. To the most beautiful and the most intelligent woman - I have known in my entire life. The two somehow complete each other and find the balance, that is needed to tell such a delicate story in a manner, which can do it proper justice. Along the way, Alice struggles to not only to fight the inner decay, but to make the most of her remaining time to find the love and peace to make simply living worthwhile.
All that begins to change when she strangely starts to forget words and then more. After struggling to find her voice in the movies, Kate Bosworth hits on all cylinders as Anna. And what a performance by Julianne Moore that was! An unquestionable Oscar Nomination is coming her way, if not the win for Best Actress. And I don't know what I'm gonna loose next. When her doctor diagnoses her with Early-onset Alzheimer's Disease, Alice and her family's lives face a harrowing challenge as this terminal degenerative neurological ailment slowly progresses to an inevitable conclusion they all dread. Tu peux pas utiliser ta maladie pour me manipuler! Moore's Alice is a strong, intelligent woman when we first meet her at her birthday at the beginning of the film. The movie definitely makes the viewer think deeply about aspects of life such as memories, family, loss and bewilderment which are all addressed in Still Alice.
Kudos goes to composer Ilan Eshkeri, who did an amazing job on the film. Julianne Moore is always good. J'espère que c'était bien, car tu as zappé notre dîner. Of course, this is mostly due to the brilliance of four-time Academy Award nominee Moore, but she's not the only one on her A-game. J'aimerais que tu ailles à la fac. It's easy to answer with the socially acceptable response until you're faced with such a question.
Along the way, Alice struggles to not only to fight the inner decay, but to make the most of her remaining time to find the love and peace to make simply living worthwhile. Alice was such an incredibly intelligent person, by the devil in disguise illness know as Alzheimer's disease slowly ate away at her brain, slowly destroying everything she had worked for in life, leaving only the shell of a woman who had once excelled at everything in her life. Je ne sais ni qui je suis ni ce que je vais oublier ensuite. I hope to convince you that by observing these baby steps into the. See this film for a moving story, but mostly for Moore's miraculous performance. I definitely hope to see some awards buzz mainly around the cast - both Alec Baldwin and Kristen Stewart deserve it for their delicate and supportive portrayal of husband John and youngest daughter Lydia, respectively, who never gave up on Moore's Alice.
And that is the part that Moore portrayed with such skill and graceful pain, that the viewer can't help but get irreversibly emotionally involved with her character. Kristen Stewart continues to revitalize her image as an actress. It's really all I can do. The film tells the story of Alice, a brilliant professor that is diagnosed with early on-set Alzheimer's disease at the age of 50. A destined winner of Best Actress. I guess it's time to worship the aura of Julianne Moore. When her doctor diagnoses her with Early-onset Alzheimer's Disease, Alice and her family's lives face a harrowing challenge as this terminal degenerative neurological ailment slowly progresses to an inevitable conclusion they all dread.