Langrishe, Go Down
Langrishe, Go Down (2002)

Years before they became two of the most celebrated British actors of their generation, Jeremy Irons and Judi Dench were paired up for this dramatic tale of love and betrayal, produced for British television. Imogen Langrishe (Judi Dench)… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Genre: Drama
DVD Release Date: March 23, 2004
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Critic Score: 73% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Manohla Dargis
Los Angeles Times

A movie that looks like a muddy second-generation Xerox and contains all the emotional and intellectual appeal of cold tea and soggy toast.

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Mike D'Angelo
Time Out

A flinty-eyed portrait of romantic na´vetÚ and predatory narcissism that would likely have continued to gather dust in the archives if not for its retroactive star power.

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Stuart Klawans
The Nation

All I know is that this odd little movie has lodged in my brain, not comfortably, perhaps, but permanently.

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Ella Taylor
L.A. Weekly

There's something haunting about the airlessness and lethargy of this tucked-away corner of the world.

A.O. Scott
New York Times

The story is a muted melodrama made strange and haunting by the manner of its telling.

Michael Tunison
Boxoffice Magazine

The spectacle of two such ferocious actors going at it in the context of a complex, thoughtful drama makes this one worth going down for.

Andrew Sarris
New York Observer

The fragmented storytelling is, well, vintage Pinter, but Ms. Dench and Mr. Irons remain mesmerizing after all this time.

Megan Turner
New York Post

An atmospheric and subtly engrossing relationship saga.

David Noh
Film Journal International

The screenplay is so very Pinter as to be positively painful.

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