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The Reader, a past Oprah's Book Club selection, is coming to a big screen near you. Watch a preview of the movie, starring Ralph Fiennes , David Kross and Kate Winslet.
truth and reconciliation and about how one generation comes to terms with the crimes of another. The Reader stars Ralph Fiennes , David Kross and Kate Winslet and is directed by Stephen Daldry (the Academy Award®–nominated director of The
kind of courage. All these different aspects to Hanna were beautifully represented. David Kross was wonderful, and Ralph Fiennes was, as always, a pleasure. Q: What has been your lasting feeling from the renewed attention to your work as a
Christmas presents, including a magician cape for her son). The Constant Gardner (the scene when the bureaucrat inform Ralph Fiennes that his wife has died...in the arms of another man) E.T. (the scene when ET is gray and wizened and laying
likes of Auden, Moore, Larkin, and Yeats, recorded by noted actors at the British Library and presented to the thirsty reader on the book's accompanying CD. Listen to Ralph Fiennes reading Auden if you need a quick hit of bliss.
the New York Times bestseller list. The movie rights to The Reader have been sold to Miramax Films. The film stars Ralph Fiennes , David Kross and Kate Winslet, and is directed by Stephen Daldry. Learn more about the film at TheReader-Movie
In The Duchess, Keira Knightley is luminous and lavishly upholstered as Georgiana, the duchess of Devonshire, 18th-century "it girl" and chattel bride to a dyspeptic blueblood ( Ralph Fiennes , who burps up his lines as if communication caused indigestion).
romantic film makes you feel the urgency of its wartime confrontation with love and death. Kristin Scott Thomas and Ralph Fiennes aren't just good, they're incandescent. 6. The Women (1939) The stars! The clothes! The cruelty! The catfights
About the Book A parable of German guilt and atonement and a love story of stunning power, The Reader is also a work of literature that is unforgettable in its psychological complexity, its moral nuances and its stylistic restraint. Announced on February 26, 1999 About the Author After his German