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The Remains of the Day
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director(s): James Ivory
Release Date: 01 January 1993
Movie rating: 7.9
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What is the movie The Remains of the Day about?
One of the highlights of the famous Merchant Ivory partnership. “The Remains of the Day” is a 1993 British historic drama adapted from a book of the same name written by Kazuo Ishiguro. Set in the 1950's with flashbacks to the interwar period in England, it focuses on Mr. Stevens (Anthony Hopkins), the butler of Darlington Hall, and miss Kenton (Emma Thompson), a recently divorced former housekeeper of Darlington Hall. Lord Darlington, the former owner of the estate, has died a broken, shamed man after being denounced by a Nazi-sympathizer. The current owner of Darlington Hall is Mr. Lewis, a former American congressman, who has decided to keep the reliable Mr. Stevens in his employ. Mr. Stevens goes to visit Miss Kenton, and in flashbacks we learn of their history. Mr. Stevens has always been an embodiment of duty and responsibility, always utterly committed to his work. Miss Kenton was once in love with him, but his absolute refusal to display any emotions has pushed her away from him. Moving back and forth between the present and the past, the film tells the tale of how the great global events influenced the residents of Darlington Hall, and especially how Mr. Stevens' sense of duty ultimately led him to an empty, lonely life. :The Remains of the Day” was nominated for eight Academy Awards, but failed to win any of them.
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