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In this award-winning film which was the first to use virtual sets, Academy-Award ® winner Tilda Swinton embodies Lady Ada Lovelace, daughter of Romantic poet Lord Byron.
The DVD arrived promptly, but the storyline was weird and boring. Too much attention paid to the modern characters, not enough to the historic onesPublished 8 months ago by kayaker1959
great dvd,,,the film was excellent...It is worth the money...my car ride is now very delightful. great dvd. It is the best.Published 18 months ago by Maurice Moore
The following refers to both this and the re-released version. First of all the dates for both releases are puzzling. Read morePublished on April 2, 2012 by G. Teslovich
Why it's being re-released is not clear as it appears to be the same as the version filmed in 1997 (1999) and released on DVD in 1999 (2000) (2010). Read morePublished on April 2, 2012 by G. Teslovich
Admittedly, there were a few places where I had to briefly rewind and thought "whaaaat?" But once I accepted the quirky premise of the film, it was entertaining. Read morePublished on December 18, 2004 by Mourning Light
this film was very thought provoking and interesting. the struggle between emmy and her work and her life is wonderfully juxtaposed with the past of ada. Read morePublished on January 16, 2003 by film lover
It's therapeutic to watch films that portray women as they really are: strong, intelligent, sexually free and central actors in history! Read morePublished on December 17, 2000 by Sarah H.
The idea seems promising enough: a magical realist meditation on Ada Byron King, a fascinating historical figure who, among other things, wrote in the mid-19th century what is... Read morePublished on December 9, 2000 by Daniel Murphy