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General Views of Keira Knightley's reportedly wedding venue

Keira Knightley's Mother and Sharman MacDonald - General Views of Keira Knightley's reportedly wedding venue. - France - Friday 3rd May 2013

Keira Knightley's Mother and Sharman Macdonald
Keira Knightley's Mother and Sharman Macdonald
Keira Knightley's Mother and Sharman Macdonald
Keira Knightley's Mother and Sharman Macdonald
Keira Knightley's Mother and Sharman Macdonald

Picture - Keira Knightley's mother Sharman MacDonald , Wednesday 18th July 2012

Keira Knightley and Sharman MacDonald - Keira Knightley's mother Sharman MacDonald Wednesday 18th July 2012 on the set of their new movie 'Can A Song Save Your Life?'

Picture - Keira Knightley and mother Sharman... , Wednesday 18th July 2012

Keira Knightley and Sharman MacDonald - Keira Knightley and mother Sharman MacDonald Wednesday 18th July 2012 on the set of their new movie 'Can A Song Save Your Life?'

Keira Knightley and Sharman MacDonald

Picture - Keira Knightley's mother Sharman Macdonald , Thursday 12th July 2012

Keira Knightley and Sharman MacDonald - Keira Knightley's mother Sharman Macdonald Thursday 12th July 2012 on the set of her daughter's new movie 'Can A Song Save Your Life?'

Keira Knightley and Sharman MacDonald
Keira Knightley and Sharman MacDonald

Picture - Sharman Macdonald, Keira and Caleb's... Glasgow, Scotland, Sunday 24th April 2011

Sharman MacDonald - Sharman Macdonald, Keira and Caleb's mother Glasgow, Scotland - The wedding of Caleb Knightley and Kerry Nixon at Pollokshields Burgh Hall Sunday 24th April 2011

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The Edge of Love Review


Terrible
In my craft or sullen art Exercised in the still night When only the moon rages And the lovers lie abed

So begins Dylan Thomas' "In my Craft or Sullen Art," a poem about the elusiveness of the inner muse, which resists being easily understood. Though its words never show up in John Maybury's The Edge of Love, an absurdly stylized and utterly feeble supposition on the events that shaped the incomparable Welsh poet in war-stricken London, it points at the very heart of the film's artful damage.

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The Winter Guest Review


Weak
Extremely chatty, Alan Rickman's directorial debut is long in the tooth and short in everything else. While the photography of a remote Scottish fishing village is to die for, the lack of anything happening in the plot (involving eight natives from kids to the elderly and their various relationships) -- or even much music -- is a real letdown. Most notably disappointing is a shorn Emma Thompson, who spends the first third of the movie in the bathroom. Bo-ring!
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