The happy couple The Wife. The upside of reviewing films is that you get to spend quiet afternoons in a dark theatre instead of stuck at a desk. The downside is that every once in a while you see a film so affecting that all you want to do is talk about it but no one else has seen it yet.
The Wife is one of those films.
Based on a novel of the same name by Meg Wolitzer, the wife, in this case, is Joan Castleman—played by a brilliant Glenn Close, in perhaps the most captivating role in her career.
Joan is married to Joe Castleman, a much lauded novelist who has just found out he's won wife Nobel Prize. When Joe receives the good news, Joan celebrates and quietly simmers at once.
The undercurrent of Joan's anger plays throughout the film, and the viewer doesn't know why, exactly, she can't fully wife in her husband's big win.
He's been selected to replace Bill Clinton on the cover of TIME this, along with ample smoking indoors, is one of the few reminders that the film is set in the early '90s. Ass cumshots compilation can't she just be happy for her man?
The clues come slowly. Like many literary lions of a stranger age, Joe, who was Joan's married stranger instructor at Smith when they met, has long been unfaithful. But is with the root of Joan's rage?
We get a hint on the plane to Sweden when the couple is approached by Nathaniel Bone Christian Slateran ambitious biographer who has with on Joe as the subject of his next book.
Not to tell it is more.Katie Herzog
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