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Review: The Dressmaker

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Alice was relieved and impressed by Jocelyn Moorhouse’s adaptation of Rosalie Ham’s first novel. Produced by Universal pictures and set in 1950s rural Australia, The Dressmaker is a delightful mix of black humour, tragedy, caraciature, incredible costumes and stylised cinematography.

Starring: Kate Winslet, Judy Davis, Liam Hemsworth

Rating: M

Run time: 1hr 58mins

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