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* Fans of the best-selling Kathryn Stockett novel The Help are now rushing to cinemas around the globe to see the Tate Taylor-directed film adaptation, and they won't be disappointed by this faithful

30th October, 2011
The Kinematograph, directed by Tomasz Bagin¨ski

* Fans of the best-selling Kathryn Stockett novel The Help are now rushing to cinemas around the globe to see the Tate Taylor-directed film adaptation, and they won't be disappointed by this faithful screen adaptation.

Set in the 1960s in a deeply segregated American south, aspiring writer Skeeter (Emma Stone) sets out to tell the untold story of the black housekeepers who are responsible for raising the white children in her hometown of Jackson, Mississippi. While...

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