It’s like the best and bravest movie of 1957. -- Roger Ebert
In a story that crosses both sexual and racial lines, the lives of a privileged suburban family are turned upside down when both husband and wife are faced with shocking choices that change them forever. An homage to the melodramas of Douglas Sirk, Far from Heaven employs the same bright and wild hues of Technicolor—in an explosion of the emotions filmmaker Todd Haynes’s characters repress. 2002, DCP, 107 minutes.