1. Movie critic David Edelstein on Tamara Drewe: “In its unpretentious way, Tamara Drewe has the fullness of an 18th-century  novel in which fate is inexorable, character equals destiny, and there  are casualties. But in place of Hardy’s pathos is a perverse little  smile that’s blessedly contagious.” View in High-Res

    Movie critic David Edelstein on Tamara Drewe: “In its unpretentious way, Tamara Drewe has the fullness of an 18th-century novel in which fate is inexorable, character equals destiny, and there are casualties. But in place of Hardy’s pathos is a perverse little smile that’s blessedly contagious.”

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