84 Charing Cross Road
New York City bibliophile Helene Hanff (Anne Bancroft) writes to the London bookshop Marks & Co in search of some titles she has not been able to turn up locally, beginning their two-decade romance via correspondence.
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New York Times
May 20, 2003 The result of this high-powered collaboration is a movie of such unrelieved genteelness that it makes one long to head for Schrafft's for a double-gin martini, straight up, and a stack of cinnamon toast from which the crusts have been removed.
Spirituality and Practice
September 01, 2002 Vividly conveys the magical ways that friendship can open up new worlds of experience and meaning.Read in Source
January 01, 2000 84 Charing Cross Road is a movie made for people who love London and books. The only problem is that the heroine doesn't get to London until it's too late, and nobody ever seems to read in this movie.Read in Source
January 26, 2006 The film has nothing to do with easy nostalgia; it's about real, credible people, and as such finally becomes very moving.Read in Source
February 10, 2007 This wonderful little gem is something of a critic-proof cult item in my house.Read in Source
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)
August 14, 2002 By a miracle of writing, acting and direction, what could have been a deadly moviegoing experience is turned into something very like pure gold.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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