An Angel at My TableThe film tell a true-life story about Janet Frame who is the most excellent author in New Zealand. She must undergo poverty-stricken childhood, terrible time in a mental institution and then she finds the way to escape. Ultimately, She passes through difficult challenges to win fame in the world.Keywords:
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Directors of "An Angel at My Table"Jane CampionBirthdate: 30 April 1954, Wellington, New Zealand
Creators of "An Angel at My Table"Janet FrameBirthdate: 28 August 1924, Dunedin, New ZealandLaura JonesBirthdate: 1951, Australia
Critic Reviews of "An Angel at My Table"Ozus' World Movie ReviewsFebruary 24, 2011
Engaging biopic of the shy and introverted New Zealand writer/poet Janet Frame.Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)April 07, 2010
An Angel at My Table is, like many of Campion's films, a tale of the indomitability of the human spirit.Antagony & EcstasyAugust 14, 2009
Anyone who can make a more than 2.5-hour biopic about a New Zealand writer feel as quick and fleet as this is clearly doing something extremely right.Filmcritic.comSeptember 29, 2005
radiantly beautiful filmmakingSlant MagazineSeptember 23, 2005
Campion's knack for solitary yet paradoxically epic scope nibbles off Laura Jones's bite-sized scene-sketches of loneliness and makes entire meals of them.Spirituality and PracticeJuly 12, 2003
A spiritually uplifting portrait of New Zealand poet and novelist Janet Frame.
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