The Bookshop movie plot

2022-04-02 08:01
In 1959, in the British town of Harborough after World War II, every family was struggling to make ends meet, and children also worked part-time to earn change. The Bookshop had not been available in the town for more than 100 years. Years after her husband's death in World War II, Florencesells an old house that is about to fall and opens The Bookshop, which is hard-pressed but has a steady stream of good books. That year, she and her lover fell in love at first sight at The Bookshop to communicate with each other through reading. Now things are different, but when I turn the book every night, the voice of my lover reading aloud seems to live in my ears.
When The Bookshop opened, it seemed to be changing the atmosphere of the town. The traveling parents began to bring a book home with them. Books have also become a medium for Florence to communicate with the strange old man in the small town. His quiet and desolate manor is permanently closed, and he never sets foot in the outside world, but by comprehending and judging the book, he and Florence gradually become confidants. But The Bookshop is the thorn in the eyes of the town's "social queen". This flashy town queen uses all kinds of forces - courts, inspectors, lawyers, money to drive The Bookshop out of the town step by step   .
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  • Frank 2022-04-10 09:01:08

    Maybe being expelled from the town wasn't a bad thing for her, the world outside was bigger, and there was no need to communicate in vain with maggots in the cesspool.

  • Gerald 2022-04-02 09:01:18

    This is a very pure, elegant film, written, directed, and starred by women. Can you imagine? The villain competing with the bookstore is an art center, not a real estate complex.

The Bookshop quotes

  • Edmund Brundish: [in a letter to Florence] I should undoubtedly visit your shop one day if I ever went out. But nowadays I rather make a point of never doing that.

  • Florence Green: [about a book recommendation] Thank you for suggesting it, I... sometimes feel the need of good advice. feel the need of good advice. You're very kind.

    Milo North: You're always making that mistake.

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