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The Bridges of Madison CountyThe Bridges of Madison County is about Robert Kincaid, a photographer on assignment to shoot the historic bridges of Madison County. There Robert encounters housewife, Francesca Johnson and their four-day affair fundamentally changes them both.
Actors of "The Bridges of Madison County"
Characters of "The Bridges of Madison County"
Directors of "The Bridges of Madison County"Clint EastwoodBirthdate: 31 May 1930, San Francisco, California, USA
Creators of "The Bridges of Madison County"Richard LaGraveneseBirthdate: 30 October 1959, Brooklyn, New York, USARobert James WallerBirthdate: 1 August 1939, Charles City, Iowa, USA
Critic Reviews of "The Bridges of Madison County"Seattle TimesJuly 31, 2013
With Eastwood as Kincaid and Meryl Streep as Francesca, this carefully observant love story turns Waller's pop-lit passion into screen art.Philadelphia InquirerJuly 31, 2013
Bridges is an admirable achievement, one that probably does more to reposition its maker as someone who can carry a movie without carrying a gun than as the director/star of a Love Story for the Loving Care set.Orlando SentinelJuly 31, 2013
The result, if rather thin and certainly far from a masterpiece, is nevertheless quite lovely. This affecting little film is easily one of Eastwood's best efforts as a director.New YorkerJuly 31, 2013
The two leads' sly comic rhythm is miles removed from the book's failing solemnity.Chicago TribuneJuly 31, 2013
Eastwood's Bridges has the energy and spontaneity of a picture that was shot quickly. And that serves the material well, because it removes the solemnity that could stiffle a modern classic.Chicago ReaderJuly 31, 2013
Despite all his craft and sincerity, [Eastwood] and screenwriter Richard LaGravenese can't quite turn Robert James Waller's cardboard best-seller into flesh and bone.The DissolveMay 05, 2014
The strength of Eastwood's Bridges is in its patience, and how it lets the love story develop from start to finish, even though the audience knows from the beginning the broad strokes of what's going to happen.Philadelphia Daily NewsJuly 31, 2013
Those who found Waller's book an outrageously bad read may be gratefully surprised to find less mush in the movie.Radio TimesJuly 31, 2013
Beautifully photographed and directed with an intimate maturity, the film reveals its characters in an unhurried way, thus making the audience accomplices in the unfolding liaison.People MagazineJuly 31, 2013
The movie, thank goodness, is better than the book. What's more surprising is that The Bridges of Madison County is an accomplished piece of moviemaking.South Florida Sun-SentinelJuly 31, 2013
The emotions evoked by this Bridges are in a minor key compared to the book, but they are honestly earned.Baltimore SunJuly 31, 2013
The Bridges of Madison County is as good as it is because of its performances. It's as bad as it is because of its source.
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