Miss Marx

Miss Marx

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Bright, intelligent, passionate and free, Eleanor is Karl Marx's youngest daughter. Among the first women to link the themes of feminism and socialism, she takes part in the workers' battles and fights for women's rights and the abolition of child labour. In 1883 she meets Edward Aveling and her life is crushed by a passionate but tragic love story.

2021Rating: M, Mature Themes and Drug Use107 minsBelgium, ItalyVivo Film
DramaTrue Story & BiographyRomanceWorld Cinema

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Miss Marx | Reviews

46%13 reviews

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The Guardian

The Guardian

It’s watchable, stately, sometimes ludicrous and – in sporadic doses – audacious. Revolutionary, however, it isn’t.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

Garai’s explosive performance and Nicchiarelli’s oddly restrained film come together in at least one glorious moment...

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

A film that seems like tidbits from a promising life that ultimately leads nowhere.

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Variety

Variety

Waves and shadows of grief move through Susanna Nicchiarelli’s ambitious film at every turn...

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The Times

The Times

A straightforward period biopic with flashes of brilliance.

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The Telegraph

The Telegraph

With the exception of a few fleeting sequences... (the) film is as lumberingly sombre as these things tend to get...

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Screen Daily

Screen Daily

Nicchiarelli... has gone to great lengths to avoid the trappings of a period film...

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Miss Marx | Release Details

Miss Marx is available to stream in New Zealand now on Google Play and Apple TV.