Review for The Deep Blue Sea R
by John Thielking
The Deep Blue Sea chronicles the developments in Hester Collyer's
(Rachel Weisz's) troubled life as she copes with the consequences of
having an affair with an RAF pilot named Freddie Page (Tom
Hiddleston) who is only using her for sex. Hester's loving
husband William is played by Simon Russel Beale. Hester tries
to commit suicide and the movie revisits that theme a few times.
This movie ranks as nonviolent because it has only seven scenes of
violence in it. There is a story about war, a man slaps a woman,
there is a story of an attempted suicide, there is some play acting
about war, the story of the suicide comes up again, and some people
hide underground during an air raid.
The previews include a nonviolent commercial and nonviolent previews
for The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Where Do We Go Now?, Darling
Companion and The Lady.
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