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Affair with a Stranger
Director Roy Rowland's 1953 drama, depicting the rocky marriage of a young model and her Broadway playwright-husband, stars Victor Mature, Jean Simmons, Jane Darwell, Dabbs Greer, Nicholas Joy, Lillian Bronson and George Cleveland.
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Roberto R (nl) wrote: I really enjoyed watching the movie and one of the most original I have seen in a year. The war between words and picture was so interesting plus captivating. Juliet and Clive worked so well and has so much chemistry which you can see when they have scenes together.
Andrew P (kr) wrote: The music was distracting and the acting was horrendous.
Jason U (kr) wrote: Despite occasionally distracting directing and cinematography, this one will own you from start to finish. Weisz is great, per usual. However, if you say you wouldn't have preferred to see Stallone or Statham ride in and destroy all the bad guys at the climax, you're kidding yourself.
Anna R (de) wrote: I'm working as a security guard myself and in some of the buildings that were seen in this film so it was sometimes hard for me to take this movie seriously. Beatiful pictures of a beautiful city. And the story was really classic well taken to modern world with some retro elements and classic Kaurismki colours.
Kate J (ru) wrote: Unlikeable caricatures shout at each other.
Citien P (fr) wrote: Not the best of the Dracula series but still a pretty standard Hammer flick.
Mala P (nl) wrote: Excellent move, very heartfelt.
Tony B (gb) wrote: Can't remember the last time I saw this and how bad and cheesy it was but still a classic JCVD film with many memorable moments, good and bad...mostly bad though ;p
KiRstin M (mx) wrote: this movie is a trip ann marie johnson and the wayans are too funni!!