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Earnshaw Jean Louise almost 3 years ago
I've seen the bad reviews, but I actually enjoyed the film, specially the mood.
Robyn Hamilton 6 years ago
Boring, drawn out and predictable.
Gabriel Becker 12 months ago
tamuna eristavi over 1 year ago
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Eun Ji Jeon 6 years ago
Alexandre Brisson over 6 years ago
Léa Vicente over 6 years ago
Cracks is an independent drama film starring Eva Green, Juno Temple, María Valverde, and Imogen Poots, which was released theatrically in the UK and Ireland on December 4, 2009. It has yet to be released in the U.S. The film was produced in 2008, written for the screen by Caroline Ip and Ben Court and Jordan Scott, based on a novel written by Sheila Kohler, directed by Jordan Scott and produced by Kwesi Dickson, Andrew Lowe, Julie Payne, Rosalie Swedlin and Christine Vachon. Ridley and Tony Scott serve as executive producers. The film was mostly filmed in Wicklow Ireland. Set in a strict elite boarding school in the 1930s, the story centers on a clique of girls who idolize their enigmatic swimming instructor, Miss G (Green). When a beautiful Spanish girl named Fiamma Coronna (Valverde) arrives at the school, Miss G's focus is shifted away from the other girls. Di Radfield (Temple) has a crush on Miss G, and is the firm favourite and ringleader of her group. It becomes a triangle: Miss...
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