Vita and Virginia

Vita and Virginia


The love story that inspired Virginia Woolf's Orlando.

True story romance about the love affair between socialite and author Vita Sackville-West (Gemma Arterton) and literary icon Virginia Woolf (Elizabeth Debicki). Co-stars Isabella  Rossellini.

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  • Button has hit on a topic that will draw in both literary and LGBTQ audiences, but it lacks the electricity to go the extra mile theatrically. Full Review

  • In this mannered literary period piece, the story of the love affair between Virginia Woolf and Vita Sackville-West is too hampered by tonal and pacing issues to ever ignite. Full Review

  • This is a stranger and more intriguing film than it really has a right to be... Full Review

  • "Vita & Virginia" takes a passionate, real-life affair between two enormously gifted writers and proceeds to throttle the life out of it. Full Review

  • It is a good, honest performance and, for all that the movie itself is brittle, self-conscious and perhaps a little absurd at times, there is a vehement, urgent idealism. Full Review

  • Don't come here for a stylised period drama that glosses over either the class gap or her mental health. Full Review