I keep watching this movie over and over again ... it holds so many "everlasting elements" that for some reason never seem to change : Does time actually pass by ? How do we free ourselfs from time ?
THE ANSWER MUST BE IN THE HERE AND NOW
warmly Annette Maria
With the exception of the opening and final scenes, the action takes place within the span of a single day in three different years, and alternates among them throughout the film. In 1923, renowned author Virginia Woolf has begun writing the book Mrs. Dalloway in her home in the town of Richmond in suburban London. In 1951, troubled Los Angeles housewife Laura Brown (Julianne Moore) tries to find escape from her dreary existence by reading the same book. In 2001, New Yorker Clarissa Vaughan (Meryl Streep) is the embodiment of the title character of Woolf's work as she spends the day preparing for a party she is hosting in honor of her friend Richard, a poet and author living with AIDS who is to receive an award for career achievement.