Aroview: During the pre-WW2 period, a handsome Polish stranger (Bruhl) is washed up on a beach in Cornwall and taken into care by two aging spinster sisters (Dench and Smith).
As they nurse him back to health, each in turn develops a sparking infatuation, while the man's own story is only slowly revealed. Although this hardly springs any inventive touches, actor-turned-director Charles Dance has the wisdom to let his two Oscar-winning actresses carry the film with their own graceful presences.
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3 stars (Good Enough) A pair of Cornish spinsters who discover a charismatic young Polish violin virtuoso castaway on the beach below their home. The tale leads inexorably to tender romantic conflicts and a warm concert house finale. A little disappointing, but sweet.~GenXGirl