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Ammonite watch online movie, Ammonite online, Ammonite free hd, Ammonite hd movie, In 1840s England, palaeontologist Mary Anning and a young woman sent by her husband to convalesce by the sea develop an intense relationship. Despite the chasm between their social spheres and personalities, Mary and Charlotte discover they can each offer what the other has been searching for: the realisation that they are not alone. It is the beginning of a passionate and all-consuming love affair that will defy all social bounds and alter the course of both lives irrevocably.

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The movie runs for 118 minutes.

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This is a beautifully crafted piece of work from Francis Lee and Stéphane Fontaine that depicts the rather downtrodden existence of 19th century English paleontologist Mary Anning (Kate Winslet) who spends much of her time combing the beach for shells and fossils that she restores and sells in a small shop she shares with her ailing mother (Gemma Jones). The arrival of the enthusiastic Roderick Murchison (James McArdle) and his wife Charlotte (Saoirse Ronan) changes her pretty breadline, dreary, routine as he, initially, pays her to show him how to spot the ammonite but then leaves his poorly wife in her care to recuperate from an as yet undefined malady. The story is essentially about how the two women bond, and about how that bond intensifies and it features two very strong performances from the leads who struggle with their delicately smouldering relationship. Together with Lee, they manage to deliver a sense of their longing in a largely un-passionate – yet not sterile – fashion. The snag is that the film really, really, lacks pace and characterisation. It’s not that is needs to be a full-on sex-fest, it’s that their dialogue is sparing to the point of frugality. Why do they bond? At times their affinity is hard to fathom; terse even – and there is a maternal affinity that seems to compromise the potency of their chemistry as people who are falling in love. There are a couple touching contributions from Fiona Shaw and Gemma Jones (sort of reprises her role from “God’s Own Country” (2017)) and there is an explicit swipe at the male-driven scientific community that did it’s best to discourage/ignore the obvious skills possessed by Anning, but as a film for the big screen it just lacks depth – we are left to guess/assume way too much and it left me feeling just a bit empty.