Stage Beauty (2004): Brief Review

Stage Beauty directed by Richard Eyre (2004), is a film about the height and then transition of male portrayal of females to females themselves, all in dramatic fashion. I cannot tell what tone they were going for in this film entirely. Most of it seems very serious but then there are odd comments and comedic situations based on the male characters acting. It could have been better with it just being a serious drama. However, it probably was just a victim of the time in some parts and then a victim to the industry. In all, there could have been better choices made for the story and it was a bit slow in portions of the film but not unbearable. It was interesting to watch but I will probably never watch it again.

Watched on Amazon.

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