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Phantom Thread
- Daniel Day Lewis

Overview - In this period piece set in 1950s London, a meticulous tailor for the rich and famous (Daniel Day-Lewis) suddenly finds himself in love with a working-class woman (Vicky Krieps). Their worlds collide as the tailor's obsession with her begins to disturb his orderly professional life.  Read more...

 
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Overview

In this period piece set in 1950s London, a meticulous tailor for the rich and famous (Daniel Day-Lewis) suddenly finds himself in love with a working-class woman (Vicky Krieps). Their worlds collide as the tailor's obsession with her begins to disturb his orderly professional life. Lesley Manville, Camilla Rutherford, and Jane Perry co-star. Written and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson.

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    Blu-Ray Disc Format
  • Format: Blu-Ray/DVD Combo
  • Run Time: 130
  • Color Format: (unknown/unconverted)
  • UPC: 191329048030
  • Genre: Drama
  • Rating: R (MPAA)
  • Release Date: April 2018

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Movies > Dramas

Related Keywords:
Romance
Art/Artists
Period Piece
Romances

 
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Reviews:
"In the simple, refined timelessness of its technique, PHANTOM THREAD is practically a love letter to classic aesthetic values -- cinematic, sartorial, or otherwise." -- Grade: A- - 12/07/2017 A.V. Club


4 stars out of 4 -- "Anderson’s visual style is remarkable. Shooting the picture himself, reportedly, with the collaboration of lighting cameraman Michael Bauman, he frames in a Kubrick-inflected style but cuts with a Hitchcock-influenced one." - 12/18/2017 RogerEbert.com


"[A] film composed entirely from exquisite moments....Much of the pleasure of this strange and spellbinding movie, set in England during the 1950s, lies in how lovingly Anderson stitches together those eccentric throwaway details." - 12/22/2017 Los Angeles Times


3.5 stars out of 4 -- "It's endlessly fascinating to watch the actor and artist behind the camera negotiate a hard truce between art and life. Anderson is deliberate and cunning about revealing the secrets he's sewn into the fabric of his spellbinder of a film." - 12/21/2017 Rolling Stone


"This is a profoundly, intensely, extravagantly personal film....It’s a chamber piece, romantic and baroque in equal measure, with arresting harmonies and ravishing changes of tone." - 12/24/2017 New York Times


"Day-Lewis delivers another Oscar-worthy performance as one Reynolds Woodcock....Like Day-Lewis, Reynolds is a mesmerizing, captivating, mercurial, painstakingly meticulous creative force who moves to the sound of his own inner music..." - 01/09/2018 Chicago Sun-Times


"[A]n ode to pleasure and beauty, cinematic and otherwise....It’s an enchanting, eventually mischievous meditation on the lengths to which we go to control and camouflage our most intimate, undefended desires." - 01/10/2018 Washington Post


"Anderson directs with an understated elegance....He ratchets the tension with Hitchcockian precision, especially as the plot’s twists begin to reveal themselves." - 01/05/2018 The Atlantic


"[A] thing of beauty with darkness at its center....Absurdly pleasurable to watch and to listen to, an effortless display of poise from its camerawork and costumes to the characters and the things they say." - 01/10/2018 Boston Globe


4 stars out of 5 -- "Krieps is a real find: a virtual unknown who can hold her own opposite a titan like Day-Lewis in a movie which, for the most part, is an intense, chamber-piece two-hander." - 01/29/2018 Empire


5 stars out of 5 -- "A swooning score, crisp visuals and paper-cut-sharp performances combine to conjure a poisoned rose of a movie, inviting you to prick your finger on its thorns and succumb to its weird, dark magic." - 02/04/2018 The Guardian

 
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