Set in and around the women's prison at Mill Bank in Victorian London, Affinity is Both an eerie and utterly compelling ghost story and a poignant love story with an unexpected twist in the tale. Bringing Vividly To Life A Twilight World Of Seances, Shadows, Unruly Spirits And Unseemly Passions, Affinity builds A Powerful Romantic Mystery Which Will Keep Audiences Guessing Until The Startling Conclusion.
Not as good as other Waters adaptations
- Affinity review by AG
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You rated this film: 3
This tale has lots of emotional angst with little of the sassy zip to be found in some of Water's other female characters to bring the energy up. Although the shady worlds of seances and women's prisons exercise a kind of voyeuristic fascination so provide an interesting setting for the story there just wasn't enough in the medium's character for me to understand why our heroine fell for her. The plot's final twist is a shocker, but overall I just wasn't convinced.