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Angie J. Han

Born in New Jersey. Raised in Los Angeles. Alive in Brooklyn.
Apr 11 '12
I don’t think I out-and-out loved The Deep Blue Sea, but it’s worth the price of admission for Rachel Weisz’ performance alone. She finds the perfect balance between Hester’s helpless romanticism and her steely determination, then tamps it down just enough so that Hester never seems more like a tragic heroine than a real person. And the way she looks at Tom Hiddleston! It’s tough to see such raw, naked emotion and not want to avert your eyes. Incredible work.

I don’t think I out-and-out loved The Deep Blue Sea, but it’s worth the price of admission for Rachel Weisz’ performance alone. She finds the perfect balance between Hester’s helpless romanticism and her steely determination, then tamps it down just enough so that Hester never seems more like a tragic heroine than a real person. And the way she looks at Tom Hiddleston! It’s tough to see such raw, naked emotion and not want to avert your eyes. Incredible work.

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