DVD - 2010
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Orlando is an English nobleman who defies the laws of nature with surprising results. Immortal and highly imaginative, he undergoes a series of extraordinary transformations which humorously and hauntingly illustrate the eternal war between the sexes.


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NatMarAma Sep 29, 2015

This movie is exactly what I had imagined while reading Woolf's novel. The only issue I had with the entire production was the ending, and this is only because it differs from the ending of the book. Otherwise, it was artfully done. Those who didn't appreciate it PROBABLY haven't read the book...

Radharc May 17, 2015

A treat for indie-film fans and fans of Virginia Woolf's of the same name. Swinton is delightful, and the brisk pace keeps the story rolling along quite nicely. Cinematography is brilliant, as is the costuming. Synthpop fans should keep an eye open for a couple of cameos from former Bronski-Beat & Communards front-man Jimmy Sommerville.

JillianML Jan 04, 2013

Sally Potter - new film Ginger and Rosa on MoMA list

biba1ny Nov 17, 2012

Completely agree with Jenbrarian. Saw it when it was first released, I think you also have to like indie films to appreciate it.

Oct 14, 2011

Tilda Swinton is amazing and the 'look' of the film is captivating but in the end I felt the substance of the film didn't live up to the visual appeal. Just ok.

Oct 13, 2011

The story of this movie is so silly.Actually there is no story.

Jul 20, 2011

Beautiful, different, enjoy as is. (only if you like foreign movies)

Oct 30, 2010

art direction wonderful - pace and plot horrible.

Jenbrarian Aug 07, 2010

Stunning and witty, a great film to revisit every 5 years or so. Swinton is, as ever, captivating.


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