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Where to watch the 1999 film The Talented Mr. Ripley?

Where to watch the 1999 film The Talented Mr. Ripley?

Although this is an unofficial account of Andrew Scott, Jude Law will always hold the keys to our hearts. So, like us, we watch the new Ripley on Netflix to make you nostalgic for the original 1999 film, The Talented Mr. Ripley, Here you can watch it online now.

both of them Ripley a duck The Talented Mr. Ripley It is an adaptation of Patricia Highsmith's novel of the same name, which tells the story of conman Tom Ripley, who is commissioned by a wealthy American businessman to bring his son – Dickie Greenleaf – home from hitchhiking through Italy.

The new TV mini-series was released on the streaming platform today [4th April]with Johnny Flynn and Dakota Fanning playing Dickie and Marge, while Andrew plays Tom Ripley.

In the original film, Matt Damon took on the role of Tom, while Jude Law and Gwyneth Paltrow played Dickie and Marge. So, where can you watch it online?


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Where to watch The Talented Mr Ripley online in the UK

The good news is the original The Talented Mr. Ripley Also available to stream on Netflix UK. Their description reads: “Con artist Tom Ripley worms his way into the lavish life of a charismatic heir – and takes extreme measures to keep his lies from catching up with him.”

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One of the biggest differences between the original film and the remake is the artistic decision to shoot the TV series in black and white. The show's writer and director, Steven Zaillian, explained diverse The choice stems from the fact that his copy of the original novel by Patricia Highsmith was monochrome, revealing the “print of the novel.” Ripley The book I had on my desk had an evocative black and white photo on the cover.

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“As I was writing, I kept this image in my mind. Black and white suits this story – and it's gorgeous.”

Andrew Scott as Tom Ripley in The Picture of Ripley, Lorenzo Sistientflixcom.pinterest

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Ripley and the Talented Mr. Ripley Both are streaming on Netflix.