"Directed by Isabel Coixet, with Emily Mortimer, Bill Nighy, Patricia Clarkson, Honor Kneafsey."
"DRAMAKOMEDI Florence Green (Emily Mortimer) who loves books, moves to an English town on the coast in 1945. She wants to open a bookstore in the old building to the memory of her husband who died during the second world war. The small town looks idyllic, but there are nasty people. She faces doubt from the banker and the lawyer.you are the vanguard of the resistance is the general's wife Violet Gamart, perfectly iced, played by Patricia Clarkson. She wants to stop the Florence deal even if she hides her fulspel behind the dry avmätt courtesy. Florence finds support in the bokälskaren Edmund Brundish (Bill Nighy), a wealthy recluse who it undue publicity by gossip much about in the countryside.nit's a simple little story, but director Isabel Coixet know yet that she is forced to add a voiceover that explains what the Florence and feel. It adds nothing.nAnnars, it is a beautiful and well film. Filled with sadness and melancholy. A part of the plot is about nabokov's controversial novel ”Lolita” is released. Can the sale of the sensation scared or overturn Florence store?nPenelope fitzgerald's novel has more shades and fördjupnngar. Maybe that's why Coixet leans against the spoken word more than moving pictures."