Film synopsis 1935, and 13 year-old Briony (Ronan) changes the course of several lives when she misreads the relationship between her sister Cecilia (Knightley) and housekeeper’s son Robbie (McAvoy). Later, as World War II rages, she tries to atone for her mistake.
I was an extra in Grimsby, almost see me in the trailer when McAvoy is walking through the soldiers with the flare! Usually see trailers and think well if these are the best bits of the film, it's gonna be rubbish! But this looks amazing already!! Read the book, ending for me kinda predictable, but hope film is as good!!!!! More
Just seen the trailer and the film looks quality. I was 1 of the lucky people that got a chance to be an extra at the scenes filmed in Redcar. Read the book and it was ok. Cant wait for the film release. More
I read the book and it is just... amazing! The last pages are so surprising... And the film seems to be great too! James McAvoy and Keira Knightley are just perfect for these parts and I'm quite impatient to see Briony... Why is September so far? More
It looks fantastic, from the opening shot of the house, to Dunkirk, to the no-brainer casting of Knightley in a role that could have been tailor-made for her, and the welcome allotment of James McAvoy as Robbie. Everything just looks like the book. Next year's BAFTA talisman. More
I studied the book for my A-Level as well and absolutely loved it!!! I'm actually not looking forward to the film as I think they're going to ruin it, particularly as I am no fan of Keira Knightly - sorry to all her fans out there just my personal opinion. Though James McAvoy should hopefully make up for it as I thought he was amazing in The Last King of Scotland. I shall watch it more out of intruige than want, as I want to know how they do it . . . I hope it's better than I expect because I More
Can't wait for this movie. I studied the book for A-Level and it's really quite amazing. I'll be interested to see how they play out the huge twist at the end. rst time readers....you might find Briony an annoying central character to being with but keep going as the book is totally worth it. It's a truly touching and extremely well crafted, I hope the film does it justice. More