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Created Aug 24, 2013 12:21PM PST • Updated Aug 25, 2013 04:47PM PST

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1st Maurice
1987 Great 1 Points

Probably the best collaboration of the famous Merchant-Ivory team, MAURICE is a tale of self discovery and self realization in a time when homosexuality was a crime in England. The theme remains universal and relevant even today, when the struggle for social accepta…

Probably the best collaboration of the famous Merchant-Ivory team, MAURICE is a tale of self discovery and self realization in a time when homosexuality was a crime in England. The theme remains universal and relevant even today, when the struggle for social acceptance can still be a steep climb. Love is love, no matter the sexes involved. A powerful, moving, and visually stunning film that will strike a chord in all who view it.

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Based on E.M. Forster's novel of "the love that dare not speak its name" , MAURICE follows the relationship between two men who meet at Cambrige University in Edwardi…

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Great 4.0

Based on E.M. Forster's novel of "the love that dare not speak its name" , MAURICE follows the relationship between two…

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Great 4.0

The performances of James Wilby (Maurice Hall), and Hugh Grant(Clive Durham), are the glue that binds the story and the…

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Great 4.0

The experienced and incredibly talented team of James Ivory and Ismail Merchant have crafted an exceptional film full o…

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Risqué 1.7

Being a period piece, the subject matter was certainly risque' for its time. However, in this day and age it hardly se…

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Natural 1.0

There isn't a false moment in the film Beyond being plausible, there isn't a scene which feels forced in any way.

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