Winifred Watson's 1938 novel "Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day" may be small potatoes in the rarefied all-of-life-in-one-day literary realm best exemplified by "Ulysses" and "Mrs. Dalloway," but it…
On the seaside promenade at Redcar, a depressed beach town on England's northeast coast, 1,500 period-costumed local extras helped re-create the WWII evacuation at Dunkirk, France.
Both a ravishing period romancer and sophisticated narrative puzzle, every frame of Joe Wright's "Atonement" breathes Oscar.
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