Tilda Swinton, Dakota Johnson, Matthias Schoenaerts and Ralph Fiennes in a scene from "A Bigger Splash."
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Then there's Tilda Swinton's face, and Ralph Fiennes' – well, a lot more than his face.As if his uninvited visit isn't enough, Harry's brought along a surprise: a 20-ish daughter, Penelope (Dakota Johnson), whom he's only recently met.Now, dear reader, we digress for a moment to consider the simple delight of Ralph Fiennes' broadening, deepening performances in recent years. You might once have thought the best Fiennes moment came in that tragic, sexy scene where he brings Kristin Scott Thomas out of the cave in "The English Patient". That was 20 years ago, and since then Fiennes has been everything from deliciously villainous – yeah, the one with no name – to, recently, exquisitely funny in "The Grand Budapest Hotel".
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