The Hours

(2002)

DVD , Rated PG-13

Director:

Stephen Daldry

Cinematographer:

Seamus McGarvey

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The Hours was nominated at the 2003 Oscar Awards for 'Best Picture'. Nicole Kidman took home the Oscar Award for 'Best Actress in a Leading Role'. The film was nominated by the Art Directors Guild for the 'Excellence in Production Design Award'. Numerous other awards and nominations.

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Keywords:

  • Los Angeles
  • set in the 2000's
  • London
  • lesbianism
  • set in the 1950's
  • England
  • english garden
  • set in the 1920's
  • set in the 1940's
  • illness
  • birthday
  • suicide
  • death
  • bisexual
  • world war 2
  • writer
  • depression
  • young boy
  • family
  • river
  • mother
  • sisters
  • young girl
  • train station
  • AIDS
  • feminist
  • poet
  • mental illness