Next is a look at "The Ghastly Ordeal of Timothy Cavendish" section, which I must admit was my favorite portion of the novel in large part because of the cantankerous yet hilarious perspective of its eponymous protagonist, played by Jim Broadbent. And who is the glowering blonde beyond the gate? A drag-donning Hugo Weaving as Nurse Noakes. Obviously.



This is a romantic shot of the passionate but impulsive composer Robert Frobisher, played by Ben Wishaw, who is the conflicted figure at the center of "Letters from Zedelghem." In the distance, James D'Arcy makes an appearance as Frobisher's friend, Rufus Sixsmith.

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