On Movies: 'Invisible Woman' studies Dickens and his lover
Posted on Sunday, Jan 19, 2014
Whoa, Nelly. There's a tough scene in The Invisible Woman - the Ralph Fiennes-directed account of Charles Dickens' tumultuous affair with the actress Nelly Ternan - in which the famous Victorian scribe forces his wife to deliver a bracelet she had found, and presumed hers, to its intended recipient: Dickens' lover.
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