Looking beautiful with inventive cinematography under Stuart Dryburgh, the film follows on from Tim Burton’s Alice In Wonderland and is always lovely to watch. It is frequently exciting as director James Bobin shows a grown-up Alice having a new adventure.
This is an intelligent, relevant and thought provoking film wrapped effectively inside an edge of the seat action movie.
Helen Mirren, Aaron Paul, Alan Rickman and Barkhad Abdi star in EYE IN THE SKY a contemporary international thriller set in the world of counter-intelligence and remote warfare.
Sabine de Barra (Winslet) is a young widow scraping a living as a landscape gardener, who is hired by the king’s principal gardener and designer André Le Nôtre (Schoenaerts) to help out with the building of the grandiose gardens of Versailles. Her job is to turn a wodge of swampland into a grandiose outdoor ballroom with fountains. In the course of her Herculean task, a romance develops between her and her boss André and Sabine comes to terms with the tragedy in her past.