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Posted on Friday, February 17th, by Peter Sciretta. Outrage, being offended, taking up small arms in the form of pen, pencil or keyboard to express raging passion about a topic that has displeased me? The way the story ended stood into sharp contrast to the way it started, and I believe it earned every moment you see on the screen. The moments in this film range from the most physically vulnerable two people can share to the most savage. Worse yet, it was the interminably long scene that showed Bellucci being brutally raped by a stranger that was so affecting. In and of itself, it was actors on a set, but what made this so different was how we linger as it happens. Up until the last few moments of the film, the story is a somewhat unconventional revenge thriller with a quirky romance. But in his final confrontation, when you very slowly learn that Oh Daesu played by Choi Min-Sik has in fact unknowingly had sex with his daughter, the movie goes into overdrive.
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J ennifer Connelly's tears are reputedly the finest in all cinema. They flowed at the Toronto film festival last week when she choked out an explanation for cutting short her appearance at the gala screening of her new film, Creation — a departure that caused one corporate sponsor to publicly rip up a photo of her. An hour later, when we meet, I ask why she felt the need to apologise. She's not keen to elaborate. Just as quickly, she relaxes — her eyes switching from implacability to warmth. Those green eyes have been her career's most prominent weapon, and they get a good workout in Creation, in which she plays Charles Darwin's wife. Her husband Paul Bettany was already cast as Darwin when Creation's makers asked Connelly if she'd be interested in playing the devout Emma. It seems needlessly stressful, working with your real-life partner.