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The side characters have some depth as well. Arterton gets a chance to show Elizabeth’s inability to connect with people her age, while Eccleston is excellent in the thankless role of a man so wounded by years of bitterness that he can’t give his father even one more chance. These sides of the story are so fascinating that it’s annoying every time Williams falls back on the old cliche of having old people sing about sex.

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