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May December

1h 58m
Drama, Comedy
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Twenty years after their notorious tabloid romance gripped the nation, a married couple buckles under the pressure when an actress arrives to do research for a film about their past.
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May December

1h 58m
Drama, Comedy
Twenty years after their notorious tabloid romance gripped the nation, a married couple buckles under the pressure when an actress arrives to do research for a film about their past.
May December (2023) on IMDb

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Premieres on Netflix December 1st 2023.
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Natalie Portman
Elizabeth Berry
Julianne Moore
Gracie Atherton-Yoo
Gabriel Chung
Charlie Atherton-Yoo
Elizabeth Yu
Mary Atherton-Yoo
Piper Curda
Honor Atherton-Yoo
Cory Michael Smith
Georgie Atherton
DW Moffett
Tom Atherton
Kelvin Han Yee
Joe Yoo Sr.
Charles Green
Mr. Henderson
Lawrence Arancio
Morris Sperber
Julie Ivey
Mrs. Labriola
Hans Obma
Allie McCulloch
TV Movie 'Gracie'
Directed By: Todd Haynes
Written By: Alex Mechanik (Story), Samy Burch (Screenplay), + 1 more

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hgram says...
6 days ago
Did not realize this was based on a true story... that's wild https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Kay_Letourneau
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Esseth says...
4 weeks ago
Complex melodrama with many different tonal shifts, some of which worked for me, others which didn't. I think there is some great individual scenes and great performances but the overall flow didn't work as well for me as others. Only one character has any real growth, but I think that is one of the points. Playing on multiple tropes with commentary on Hollywood and tabloid sensationalism and the reality of true crime drama at its core. Charles Melton and Natalie Portman would be the standout performances for me. There is an interesting story there, with as many layers as the characters themselves have and it certainly felt like a fresh idea it just didn't come together for me as much as I would have liked. That said, I do expect there to be an audience for this that enjoys it vastly more than myself based on the audience at the screening I saw it at. I enjoyed it but not as much as others will I suspect.
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Lachlan Thiele
6 months ago

May December is an excellent satire with incredibly dark themes at times. Portman's Elizabeth is an actress tasked with researching her next role, a movie based on the massively dramatised life of Julianne Moore's character. Moore and Portman shine in their More
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Brent Marchant
5 days ago
In moviemaking, there’s subtlety, and then there’s subtlety carried too far. In the case of director Todd Haynes’s latest, the filmmaker unfortunately indulges himself far too much in the latter. This story of an actress (Natalie Portman) who visits a middle-aged sex offender (Julianne Moore) More
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3 weeks ago
This actually reminded me a little of "All About Eve" (1950) as television actress "Elizabeth" (Natalie Portman) arrives at the home of "Gracie" (Julianne Moore) about whom she is to star in a biopic. Initially welcoming of her and keen to help, we follow the changing dynamic as we learn that "Graci More
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