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Actors of "The Age of Innocence"
Characters of "The Age of Innocence"
Directors of "The Age of Innocence"Martin ScorseseBirthdate: 17 November 1942, Queens, New York City, New York, USA
Creators of "The Age of Innocence"Edith WhartonBirthdate: 24 January 1862, New York City, New York, USAJay CocksBirthdate: 1 December 1944, New York City, New York, USA
Critic Reviews of "The Age of Innocence"The New RepublicJune 19, 2013
I don't know any of those [prior] versions, and I wonder how (which means I doubt that) they avoided the snare that Wharton unwittingly set for her adapters, the snare that, for all his gifts, caught Scorsese.Chicago ReaderFebruary 01, 2010
Manages to be both personal and true to its source, though it never quite comes together.VarietySeptember 22, 2008
An extraordinarily sumptuous piece of filmmaking.New York TimesJuly 22, 2006
Mr. Scorsese has made a big, intelligent movie that functions as if it were a window on a world he had just discovered, and about which he can't wait to spread the news.Rolling StoneJuly 22, 2006
Spurning Masterpiece Theatre twittiness, Scorsese cuts to the primal passions of Wharton's tale.Time OutFebruary 09, 2006
Scorsese's most poignantly moving film.Empire MagazineFebruary 01, 2010
Day-Lewis and Pfeifer are on top form with Ryder giving the performance of her career.Film4February 01, 2010
Gorgeously shot, deceptively genteel period drama. Day-Lewis, Ryder and in particular Pfieffer give performances as polished as the silver and the result is slow, subtle but irresistibly powerful.Looking CloserSeptember 20, 2007
It also shows that while tradition can devolve into a conformity that stifles compassion and love, acting in mere self-interest can ultimately be just as destructive.Combustible CelluloidMay 26, 2006
The Age of Innocence drags through some of the usual costume movie elements, but Scorsese's exuberance carries the show.EmanuelLevy.ComDecember 01, 2005
The movie seems a departure from Scorsese's turf of violence and lower class men, but Wharton's depiction of rigid milieu with its restrictive mores and emotional repression bears resemblance to Little Italy's male subculture.Lawrence Journal-WorldMay 27, 2005
A stylish but fairly forgettable Scorsese effort
Gallery of "The Age of Innocence"