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Description

From Elizabeth Strout's Pulitzer Prize-winning book comes this four-part miniseries that tells the sweet, funny, tragic story of the denizens of a seemingly placid New England town, as seen through the eyes of Olive, a woman whose wicked wit and harsh demeanor mask a warm but troubled heart and staunch moral center. Oscar(R) winner Frances McDormand and Oscar(R) nominee Richard Jenkins star in this drama which spans 25 years and focuses on the middle-school math teacher and her relationships with her good-hearted husband Henry (Jenkins), their son Christopher, and other denizens in a community wrought with illicit affairs, crime and tragedy. Co-starring Bill Murray, John Gallagher Jr., Rosemarie DeWitt, Peter Mullan, Zoe Kazan, Jesse Plemons, Ann Dowd, Brady Corbet. Directed by Lisa Cholodenko; teleplay by Jane Anderson, based on the novel by Elizabeth Strout.

Customer Reviews

Excellent Series

Frances McDormand is superb in this! She truly captures the essence of the character, a woman who displays the dignity and integrity in life through her every action. She is so inspiring in how she just does her own thang and is so at peace with who she is. Through her story we see the remarkable, resilient nature of human life and how the seemingly mundane everyday can eventually become something so much bigger, so much better than all of us.

Kept my interest!

I very much liked the book, and didn’t think the film came up to the same standard, but it had wonderful places, and I enjoyed it.
Francis McDormand was more than a bit over the top — not the Olive I related to in the book —
I do like to watch McDormand work, however, always do. She’s daring, creative, and unpredictable.
Richard Jenkins, as Olive’s husband, and Bill Murray, brought in toward the end to leave us hanging, were both excellent and thought-provoking.

Olive Kitteridge
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  • HD Version
  • Genre: Drama
  • Released: Jan 26, 2015
  • CCin English

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