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How many great movies could be written across the profound, enigmatic face of Charlotte Rampling?For Haigh, relationships are forged in a moment, crystalized in the circumstances of their beginnings.The power of "45 Years," which Haigh adapted from David Constantine's short story "In Another Country," lies in the director's sensitive understanding of relationships – of the conversations that take place over pillows and the quiet contemplation of fates abandoned in marriage. It's Haigh's tremendous lead actors that make the movie. They're a convincing couple: Courtenay is absent-minded and untidy; Rampling is cool and controlled. After the film's haunting final shot, you're likely to be exiting the theater wondering just how well you really know the companion next to you.
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