Vita & Virginia
In 1920s England, androgynous Vita Sackville-West (Arterton) has an affair with literary giant Virginia Woolf (Debicki). Visually it’s a delight, and Debicki infuses Woolf with awkwardness and vulnerability, but a stilted script and Waller-Bridge’s electronica score don’t connect with the mood and the result is strangely detached and uneven.
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