Felicia's Journey

Felicia's Journey

Streaming Video - 1999
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From the award-winning director of The Sweet Hereafter comes oone of the year's riskiest yet most effective filmo ( Los Angeles Times ). Academy Award<-nominee Bob Hoskins plays his role like " a sadist with a school boys heart " ( Time ), creating a powerful, deeply passionate thriller that pulsates with heart-pounding suspense at every turn. Joseph Hilditch is an eccentric chef who lives in a large country manor. He befriends a young woman named Felicia who has come to town searching for her boyfriend. Felicia is attracted to a seemingly harmless and extremely helpful Hilditch, trusting him, entering his home - and his life - only to discover too late that she is not the first woman this man has taken in - although she may be his last.
Publisher: [United States] : Entertainment One : Made available through hoopla, 1999.
Branch Call Number: Internet Access
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 streaming video file (approximately 116 min.)) :,sound, color


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Dec 16, 2015

This Canadian-UK collaboration is a slow-paced thriller. The flashbacks, the slow-panning camera, and the cooking videos all taxed my patience. Things picked up toward the end but I had to wait a long time.....

emprunteur581 Nov 14, 2011

I saw this movie by accident having missed the one I intended to see. The director did an excellent of job of blending the story with flashbacks. The story is very twisted. Bob Hoskins is excellent in this movie. I was pleasantly surprized. I don't know if it is on DVD. I saw it on IFC.

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