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Ver A Woman, a Part

A Woman, a Part is a movie starring Maggie Siff, Dagmara Dominczyk, and John Ortiz. An exhausted, workaholic actress, Anna Baskin, 44, abruptly extricates herself from a successful but mind-numbing TV role, returning to her past...

Genres
Drama
Director
Elisabeth Subrin
Starring
John Ortiz, Khandi Alexander, Dagmara Dominczyk, Maggie Siff

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Product details

Genres Drama
Director Elisabeth Subrin
Writer Elisabeth Subrin
Stars John Ortiz, Khandi Alexander, Dagmara Dominczyk, Maggie Siff
Country USA
Also Known As Rola kobiety
Runtime 1 h 37 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description An exhausted, workaholic actress, Anna Baskin, 44, abruptly extricates herself from a successful but mind-numbing TV role, returning to her past life in New York to reinvent herself.

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Monday, 06 Apr 2020 00:08

The last film I saw in the Western United States before I was sent to college was the 1996 version of The Librarian. If the current director was involved, I'd guess it was a more polished version than the 1992 film, but I don't remember it. But I was curious about this version, which I think was directed by William McDowell, a man I'm now going to call "Jack" since he's basically the writer. The story concerns a shy young girl who goes to live with her aunt (a girl that is probably more ambitious than the girl) in an old country house in the middle of the woods. The girl, who's mostly mute and more interested in being home and at her aunt's house, begins to discover what the family had hidden over the years. Eventually, she discovers a secret in the attic, something that ties in with a mysterious and wealthy man who lived in the house a century ago. The story is about a girl who discovers something when she discovers the secret that a mysterious old man once kept in the attic, and then there's the question of what it means. So, my question is what's the significance of this film and this story? This version was apparently shot in Australia and Hawaii, which is probably the best way to tell this story since most of the people in the audience were not Americans. I do remember the director's name, William McDowell, but I can't say it is a name I recognize because I never had the pleasure to see any of his other films before this one. In the United States, I think the story would be called The Girl in the Woods, but in Australia, it is called The Librarian. And the American version would be called The Girl Who Went Backpacking Through the Outback. The director's name might also be James Dickey. So, it's either William McDowell, James Dickey, or William McDowell and James Dickey. Now I'm going to watch the TV series to see how it's going to be related to the movie. I've always loved this director, but he's usually been somewhat bland in the Western United States. But it's a good movie, no doubt about it.


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