I said I wouldn’t do them all once, but get voting or we won’t have our Virlily List done by Christmas. If you think one is not in correct place vote it up or down. Play. Have fun. Remember those movies you almost forgot. Or guess!
" Clark renders the memories of growing up in a particular time and place so well that Shepherd’s Hammond — its name changed to “Hohman” — becomes an idealized stand-in for any time and every place." You will find a touch of dark comedy here and for many it's a classic.
I have not seen it, but this seemed like the best description and made me realize I had read the book. "Inspired by Brief Encounter and adapted from a 1952 novel by Patricia Highsmith, otherwise best known for pitiless crime fiction like The Talented Mr. Ripley, Carol uses its holiday setting as more than a backdrop: Haynes bathes the films in Christmas lights, sure, but he also captures the spirit of a season through Carol and Therese’s relationship."