'What Maisie Knew' review: Julianne Moore is at her brittle best

Henry James was onto something over 100 years ago when he zeroed in on the true victim and best observer of a divorce -- a child -- in "What Maisie Knew." Now that novel has been modernized and freely adapted into a brilliant, soul-aching portrait of the break-up of two self-absorbed adults and the very young child trapped, helpless, between them. READ MORE...


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