A Single Man (2009) - Review


The face of grief that the actor Colin Firth wears in 'A Single Man' is crumpled and gray. There is little movement in the face initially: it's a beautiful and gently furrowed mask, not yet old, despite the small brushstrokes of white at the temples. You might think that gravity alone was tugging at its mouth. But George, the middle-aged professor and single man of the title whom Mr. Firth plays with a magnificent depth of feeling, has had his heart broken, and the pieces are still falling.


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