Ambitious but thwarted, Rae Smith meets handsome Marine Paul Saxon, (of the Saxon department store chain), as he passes through Lincoln, Nebraska, on his way home from World War II. There's a definite spark between them but circumstances intervene and he leaves town without her. Later she learns he's married. Determined to make it as a fashion designer, Rae moves to New York and becomes a great success. One day she happens to meet Paul again and again there's that spark but he's still married so, as a form of escape, Rae moves to Rome to set up shop. Once again she meets Paul and finally they begin an actual affair since Paul's shrewish, drunken wife, Liz, won't give him a divorce. Time passes, the affair continues whenever time and place permit, but then, Paul's young son finds out about Rae and Rae's back-street world begins to crumble.
Writer:Fannie Hurst (novel), Eleanore Griffin (screenplay), William Ludwig (screenplay)
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Becky B (gb) wrote: worse than the actual film. No idea why I watched it when I hated the film
Aiden B (es) wrote: Possibly the most important and useful documentary I've seen. It offers a cold, hard look at the devious mechanisms in place by the global elite to perpetuate and increase it's far reaching control, but also offers practical, non-violent solutions that will helps us evolve out of it's stranglehold. People are waking up to this reality like kernels of corn popping thanks to gutsy productions like this one! I firmly believe we can overcome TPTB and achieve peace and prosperity in the next few years. (Thank you for posting it on GLP, The Active Sun!)
Deena O (jp) wrote: This is the greatest love story ever told. Period.
Tonya B (es) wrote: This is such a great movie, me and my daughter love it! If u like horse movies its a must see!
Keishla R (fr) wrote: this movie makes my heart melt <3
James H (de) wrote: Excellent acting, convincingly done, tense atmosphere and a great pace. Well photographed and professionally done. Joe Mantegna put a lot of thought into his performance. Intriguing, good story.
Carlos I (us) wrote: Predictable, cheesy and a lackluster ending, but it's still fun Sci-fi B-Movie schlock. There's actually some cool designs, and potential for real scares here.
ashley m (us) wrote: most likley to happen....sooo sad
Ola G (jp) wrote: Walking home from work, Thana (Zo Tamerlis Lund), a mute seamstress in New York City's Garment District, is raped at gunpoint in an alley by a mysterious, masked attacker. She survives and makes her way back to her apartment, where she encounters a burglar and is raped a second time. Thana bludgeons this second assailant to death with an iron. She then keeps his .45 caliber M1911A1 pistol, dismembers the burglar's body, puts the pieces into plastic garbage bags and gradually disposes of them in various locations throughout the city. She begins to have frequent nightmares and hallucinations of the first assailant stalking her, and her mental stability begins to dim. Thana is noticed by a man while she is disposing of one of the bagged body parts; retrieving the bag, he chases and frightens her. Fearing another sexual assault, she fatally shoots him. This event furthers her impulse for vengeance. Gradually, Thana transforms her appearance to become a more seductive bait, and sets out to kill any man who annoys her..."Ms. 45", also known as "Angel of Vengeance", is a low-budget exploitation film directed by Abel Ferrara. Inspired by films such as 1973's "Thriller - en grym film" and 1974's "Death Wish", the film is a rape and revenge story. It was critically maligned on its theatrical release, but is now generally highly-regarded among fans of underground film. I have wanted to see "Ms. 45" for a long time and I remember how it was dissected in the swedish moviemagazine "Film & Video" back in the late 80s when the movie was brought up in the censorship debate. As mentioned it carries a resemblance to Michael Winners "Death Wish", but in this case its actually the rape victim going on a killing spree. Zo Tamerlis Lund iscinematic with her big eyes and model looks and despite the fact that she doesnt talk in the movie, she gives life to Thana via her strong bodylanguage and expressions. The movie itself is low-budget with quite dodgy acting as the icing on the cake. But, it still makes an impression due to the strong topic, the atmosphere, the grittiness of NYC in the early 80s and a jazzy soundtrack. Sadly enough the topic is so valid if one think of horrifying incidents such as the one in India some months back. "Ms. 45" asksseveral important questions and it is a movie as current today as it was in 1981. Zo Tamerlis Lund was a musician turned model, actress, and screenwriter. She co-wrote the screenplay for Abel Ferraras "Bad Lieutenant". She was born to a Swedish mother and Romanian father. She died in Paris on April 16, 1999, from heart failure due to extended cocaine use.
Greg W (de) wrote: early hollywood period piece full of bias & racism!
Gregory W (it) wrote: awesome silent garbo shimmers n shines
Victoria J W (br) wrote: Schindler's list starts out like a one man's climb to wealth, Oskar Schindler, sees that he has a great positon while the Nazis are in power and he believed and for a time succeeded at making money off of the mess that the Nazis bought. He started out making small things, like utensils but that turned into other things later in life. Some time passes and the concentration camps are becoming more prominent, and clearly now Schindler learns that the conditions on these camps, one camp in particular) are terrible and that many Jewish people could die. Schindler spends the remainder of WWII trying to keep his employees out of these camps and trying to keep as many Jewish people as he possible could out off the camps and therefore out of danger. He ended up losing more money that he made but it was to save lives and it was the best choice he could have ever made. Watching this movie was so hard for me, I was heartbroken at times but also I was extremely surprised to see how things turned out, I like to think that I live a blessed life and I try not to complain too much about the things that don't really matter but this movie really makes me think about life and how there is no way to tell where it is going or who will be there to help you or hurt you. When watching this movie one had to think about the idea of the holocaust from a Jewish person point of view and he extremely relevant it is to them and their culture. For a Jewish person, there really is no such thing as a new awakening or a spiral of consciences because this is a part of their culture, today Jewish people and non-Jewish people acknowledge the holocaust for what it was but at the same time only one group will ever really be effected by it.