Life for 50 year old Alice is fine. She has a husband (Baldwin), grown children and is good at her job. But then one day, while teaching, she loses her thread, and is soon diagnosed with a hereditary form of early-onset Alzheimer’s.

Based on Lisa Genova’s novel, Moore delivers an award-winning performance as Alice, slowly revealing the gradual erosion of memory and loss of confidence that comes with her cruel decline.

“It touches deep and affirms life.” The Evening Standard

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