A young woman kills herself, leaving no explanation to her grief-stricken pawnbroker husband. We learn in flashback about how they met, married, and how she failed to adapt her lifestyle to... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Gentle Woman
When his young wife commits suicide, leaving no explanation for her act, an introspective pawnbroker looks back on their life together and tries to understand why she had to kill herself.
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Miranda J (mx) wrote: Just finished watching this movie on Netflix and I have to say this is probably the most offensive thing I've ever seen my life. I'm assuming they were attempting to make light of stereotypes but the attempt at humor was so heavy handed that it got downright awkward at times. When I wasn't cringing and feeling bad for the actors who got roped into making this POS, I was bored out of my skull. I'm not Jewish. I don't claim to speak on behalf of Jewish person. I say this on behalf of myself, a human being with eyes and a brain. This film was offensive and bad. The people who came up with this movie should be fired out of a cannon into the sun. The only reason I'm giving Jewtopia a star is because zero stars is not an option. Avoid like the plague. In fact, go to the Midwest, rub a rat on your face and get the plague. It would be far more enjoyable than watching this movie.
William R (us) wrote: Michael Keaton is delightful here but misses opportunities to be fully let loose
Jos M (us) wrote: There's nothing wrong with making typical coming-of-age dramas, nor boy-meet-girl ones, but The Art of Getting By finds not only nothing new in the formula, but fails to bring any point to its making. However, Emma Roberts and Freddie Highmore. nowhere near mediocre actors, find a fine showcase of their talent, but their characters, so thinly written as helplessly boring, help in nothing.