I saw this at the cinema a few days ago and was blown away. It was so beautiful and not how I expected it to be at all. The set up and style of it was unique and the transitions between scenes was always stunning, that might sound weird if you haven't seen it already, but it was so well done. Knightley nailed it, Matthew Macfadyen owned his role. I haven't read the novel so I'm not sure how well it represents that, but on its own, it was awesome on the big screen.
Seriously, it has to be up for something along these lines.