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The Bookshop is a espagnol film of genre Drama directed by Isabel Coixet released in USA on 24 august 2018 with Emily Mortimer

The Bookshop (2017)

The Bookshop
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Released in USA 24 august 2018
Length 1h50
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Genres Drama,    Romance
Rating65% 3.250583.250583.250583.250583.25058

The Bookshop est un film espagnol réalisé par Isabel Coixet, sorti en 2017.

C'est l'adaptation du roman du même nom de Penelope Fitzgerald paru en 1994.

Il remporte le Goya du meilleur film et le Goya du meilleur réalisateur lors de la 32e cérémonie des Goyas


Angleterre, 1959. Une femme décide d’ouvrir une librairie malgré les contestations de la population locale.


Emily Mortimer

(Florence Green)
Bill Nighy

(Mr. Brundish)
Patricia Clarkson

(Mrs. Violet Gamart)
James Lance

(Milo North)
Frances Barber

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