Preview, “The Bookshop” showcases Mortimer, Nighy, Clarkson, romance and the love of…books

Based on the Penelope Fitzgerald novel, directed by the woman who gave us “The Secret Life of Words,” “Elegy” and “Learning to Drive,” “The Bookshop” celebrates reading in the face of ignorance, public good over greed and love. It finally has a US release date, Aug, 24, where it has a week or so to find an audience in between summer and fall.

 

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