THE BOOKSHOP — Review by Diane Carson

The Bookshop reveals the character of a community. Some films aspire primarily to be a charming and cautionary story of political machinations that devastate kind characters striving to make constructive contributions to their community. That’s the case with The Bookshop, in which Florence Green, a widow of sixteen years, decides to transform her old stone house into the first bookstore for the fictitious town of Hardborough, East Anglia.

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