The film tells the story of a girl named Yasmin, a very troubled social girl. Yasmin suffers from a state of denial when she moved to San Francisco to force her sister Ginger. In the end, Jasmine finds herself not bringing money, peace or love whatever.
Keywords: #Alec Baldwin #Andrew Dice Clay #Blue Jasmine #Bobby Cannavale #Cate Blanchett #Louis C.K. #Michael Stuhlbarg #Peter Sarsgaard #Sally Hawkins #Woody Allen
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Under the Radar
August 18, 2014 Blanchett is impressive as a woman constantly teetering on the edge of collapse; there's a perpetual sense something tragic simmers beneath her constructed facade.Read in Source
April 09, 2016 "Blue Jasmine" is that rare film that's both a true ensemble piece and a showcase for its lead.Read in Source
The Improper Bostonian
May 12, 2015 Andrew Dice Clay holding his own against Cate Blanchett? Now I've seen it all.Read in Source
December 17, 2013 There is all this talent -- and so little reason for it in Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine.Read in Source
August 09, 2013 This also benefits from one of the strongest casts he's assembled in years: Cate Blanchett is exceptional in the lead, and there are strong supporting turns from Alec Baldwin, Sally Hawkins, and (in a surprise dramatic turn) Andrew Dice Clay.Read in Source
August 09, 2013 It's narratively uneven but the occasional lapses of focus are rescued by Cate Blanchett's riveting lead performance.Read in Source
The Young Folks
July 20, 2015 Blue Jasmine could've been more comedic, but Blanchett's heavy performance really gave this story a new life on its own.Read in Source
Globe and Mail
November 04, 2013 A sharply observed, post-economic crash comedy-drama that boasts a formidable performance by Cate Blanchett and addresses such pertinent real-world concerns as class, gender and corporate criminality in urban America.Read in Source
Minneapolis Star Tribune
December 17, 2013 Lives constructed on pretense can only stand for so long. Watching them collapse is appalling but undeniably entertaining.Read in Source
September 17, 2013 You have to dig deep in Allen's back catalogue to find a single performance as affecting and well-judged as the one Cate Blanchett delivers.Read in Source
July 11, 2015 There's a reason why Woody Allen's screenplays have been nominated for 15 Academy Awards (R). Comic genius, dramatic wit, sharp observation, great characters. With Blue Jasmine, he has taken effete snobbery to glorious heights.Read in Source
March 17, 2017 While Blue Jasmine is first and foremost a character study and a showcase for Blanchett's impeccable acting skills, it's also a meditation on the idea of what we deserve versus what we think we deserve, and the intersection of standards and entitlement.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...