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The kind of lush historical drama that Hollywood might have made in the 1930s but these days unsurprisingly owes its existence to foreign producers and, most especially, a renowned literary source.
Asif Kapadia, the director (whose film “Amy” won an Oscar for best documentary), has a fine eye for splendor, as does Gokhan Tiryaki, his cinematographer. Mr. Kapadia’s sense of pacing isn’t as acute.
Village Voice
It's all very tasteful, if not terribly exciting.
There’s zero chemistry or feeling to this sweeping, predictable endeavor, only the scent of what might have been.

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