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January 24, 2014 8:32 AM

Fiennes’ acting only good thing about ‘Invisible Woman’

Ralph Fiennes brings the many colors and contradictions of writer Charles Dickens to glorious life in “The Invisible Woman,” a melancholy biography about Dickens’ affair with a much younger woman while at the height of his fame.

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