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The Hours (2002)
The time to hide is over. The time to regret is gone. The time to live is now.

Nicole plays Virginia Woolf

The Hours tells the story of one day in the life of three women, all linked by Virginia Woolf's novel 'Mrs Dalloway'. Laura Brown is a housewife living in the 1950's, who is in the middle of reading 'Mrs Dalloway'; Clarissa Vaughn is a modern-day (2001) Mrs Dalloway, who is throwing a party for her friend dying of Aids; and Virginia Woolf (in 1923), who is just starting to write her latest book - Mrs Dalloway.

Released: US- 27th December 2002 (limited), 24th January 2003 (wide); UK- February 14th 2003; Australia - 20th February 2003
Directed by: Stephen Daldry
Co-stars: Julianne Moore (Laura Brown), Meryl Streep (Clarissa Vaughan), Stephen Dillane (Leonard Woolf), Miranda Richardson (Vanessa 'Nessa' Bell), George Loftus (Quentin Bell), Charley Ramm (Julian Bell), Sophie Wyburd (Angelica Bell), Linda Bassett (Nelly Boxall), John C. Reilly (Dan Brown), Jack Rovello (Richie Brown), Toni Collette (Kitty Barlowe), Ed Harris (Richard Brown)
Genre: Drama

Filming: Nicole's scenes were filmed in London, England; Meryl Streep's in new York, USA; and Julianne Moore's in Florida, USA.
Budget: $25,000,000
Nicole's salary: $7,500,000
Box Office: Non-USA- $15,000,000; UK- 4,311,523; USA- $41,597,830. On it's opening weekend made $338,622 in the USA showing on 11 screens, and 616,573 in the UK showing on 209 screens
Runtime: 114mins / 1hr 54mins

[1] Nicole (who is left-handed) learned to write right-handed for this role.
[2] Nicole reportedly lived in an isolated cottage during the filming to get herself into the role better.
[3] Continuity Error - The whole scene in the train station between Virginia and Leonard takes between 5 to 10 minutes, but the clock behind Leonard only moves two minutes.
[4] The film was disqualified by the Academy for the Best Makeup Oscar because digital touch-ups were done on close-ups of Nicole Kidman to make the nose seem seamless.
[5] "The Hours" was the original working title of Virginia Woolf's "Mrs. Dalloway".
[6] In the beginning of the movie, every house is seen to be having flowers. Every house has a different color of flowers: red, yellow and blue - Virginia Woolf's trademark.
[7] Nicole wore a false nose to make herself look like Virginia Woolf

Trailers: Trailer 1
Clips: -
Official site: -
Gallery: 'The Hours' at the Nicole's Magic Gallery
Quotes: at Nicole's Magic

Worth watching for...
... seeing Nicole practically become Virginia Woolf in an outstanding performance.

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Video - US (NTSC) | UK (PAL)
Book - US | UK

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