Fanny Lye Deliver'd (2018)

Maxine Peake, Charles Dance, Freddie Fox, Tanya Reynolds,
Fanny Lye Deliver'd is a movie starring Maxine Peake, Charles Dance, and Freddie Fox. Set on an isolated farm in Shropshire in 1657. The story of Fanny Lye, a woman who learns to transcend her oppressive marriage and discover a new...
  • 6.0 /10.0 IMDB Rating:
  • DatePublished:
  • 2018-09-07 Added:
  • Writer:
  • Thomas Clay, Director:
  • Philippe Bober, Robert Cannan, Joseph Lang, Michel Merkt, Zorana Piggott, Producer:

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1 / 10


Boring and dismalPoorly actedPoorly directedFake positive reviews.Stay away

10 / 10

Masterpiece of Past Cinematic Style

In every way this was a hugely surprising and unassuming piece of simplistic cinema with a massive nod to the film noirs of old and Hammer Horror of the past. This is meant with the greatest of respect, as most often simple is best (think KISS) and past ways of cinematography is often over looked as tired and 'old fashioned'. Not so at all in my opinion. Masterpiece is masterpiece, no matter from which era. The frames, the scores, the diologue, even the audio all worked together in perfect harmony. Lots of uncomfortable close-ups and lingering shots that give this film not just an historical feeling of being transported back in time to the 1600's but also to the 1960's days of Hammer Horror and historic cinema classics.

1 / 10

Slower than molasses

When the camera needs 30 seconds to pan across a front lawn showing a duck, you know that the film is screwed.

5 / 10

The founders of Hedonism have a tough time...

The founders of Hedonism have a tough time establishing a base to grow as they are mistaken for heretics in 17th century England by Monty Python's Spanish Inquisition disguised as puritanical nutters - who's Fanny by the way?

10 / 10

Wow-very unexpected

This film is not very ordinary-but in a good sense.

I expected something completely different to what I got, and I am glad it was what it was. Some of the shots are random, but I think that may add to the journey as you begin to see all these things around Peake's character, yet you see how one dimensional Fanny is in terms of her day to day life.

I believe the unique craftsmanship of this film causes people to dislike it as it strays away from the norm.

The performances are strong and the journey Fanny embarks on is unravelled and explored beautifully. The score is well put together and utilised effectively.

I recommend this film heavily and believe if you want something that isn't your normal period drama, this is for you.