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    The Remains of the Day

    Set during the 1930s, the film follows James Stevens (Anthony Hopkins), a proper English butler to the doltish Lord Darlington, who sacrificed body and soul to service in the years leading up to World War II and later realizes too late how misguided his loyalty was to his lordly employer.
    Duration: 134 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 1993
    IMDb: 7.8
    4.5
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  • Actors of "The Remains of the Day"

  • Characters of "The Remains of the Day"

    James Stevens. Character of The Remains of the Day
    Miss Kenton. Character of The Remains of the Day
    Played by: Emma Thompson
    Reginald Cardinal. Character of The Remains of the Day
    Played by: Hugh Grant
    Edward F. L. W. Halifax. Character of The Remains of the Day
    Played by: Peter Eyre
  • Directors of "The Remains of the Day"

    James Ivory. Director of The Remains of the Day
    James Ivory
    Birthdate: 7 June 1928, Berkeley, California, USA
  • Creators of "The Remains of the Day"

    Kazuo Ishiguro. Director of The Remains of the Day
    Kazuo Ishiguro
    Birthdate: 8 November 1954, Nagasaki, Japan
    Ruth Prawer Jhabvala. Director of The Remains of the Day
    Ruth Prawer Jhabvala
    Birthdate: 7 May 1927, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
  • Critic Reviews of "The Remains of the Day"

    Chicago Reader
    February 11, 2008

    The actors keep this interesting, but as a story it drifts and rambles.

    Variety
    February 11, 2008

    All the meticulousness, intelligence, taste and superior acting that one expects from Merchant Ivory productions have been brought to bear.

    Time Out
    February 09, 2006

    Who else but Merchant Ivory to give the big-screen treatment to Ishiguro's Booker Prize-winning novel about class, fascism and the stiff upper lip?

    New York Times
    May 20, 2003

    Here's a film for adults. It's also about time to recognize that Mr. Ivory is one of our finest directors, something that critics tend to overlook because most of his films have been literary adaptations.

    Rolling Stone
    May 12, 2001

    What do you call filmmakers who make literary entertainment box office in the age of Beavis and Butt-bead? Try miracle workers.

    Chicago Sun-Times
    January 01, 2000

    A subtle, thoughtful movie.

    Three Movie Buffs
    February 07, 2016

    Just gets better with age.

    TheMovieReport.com
    December 28, 2008

    Moves rather slowly, but the actors and their understated chemistry keep the film riveting, building to a climax that is absolutely heartrending.

    Film4
    February 11, 2008

    Merchant-Ivory's best film by a mile.

    TV Guide
    February 11, 2008

    Though it offers a host of fine performances in a smoothly crafted, adult drama of unfulfilled love, it lacks the cumulative dramatic impact of the team's best work.

    EmanuelLevy.Com
    December 23, 2006

    The narrative structure (long flashbacks, letters) is awkward but the actors (Anthony Hopkins and Emma Thompson in top form) attention to detail is meticulous and piercing considering how muted the emotions are.

    Needcoffee.com
    September 24, 2005

    First time I saw it, it destroyed me. Subsequent viewings have not improved my condition.

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