Bedrooms and Hallways
At the suggestion of a friend, gay Leo (Kevin McKidd) enters therapy after many failed relationships make him fear for his social life. In a group session (led by Simon Callow), Leo comes clean about his feelings for a straight member of the group (James Purefoy), which leads to an affair between the two. The situation becomes further complicated by the appearance of Leo's high school sweetheart (Jennifer Ehle), who still has feelings for him.
- Stars:Kevin McKidd, Julie Graham, Simon Callow, Con O'Neill, Harriet Walter, Christopher Fulford, James Purefoy, Jennifer Ehle, Tom Hollander, Hugo Weaving, Paul Higgins, Merelina Kendall, Victoria Williams, Simon Green, Nichola McAuliffe,
- Director:Rose Troche,
- Writer:Robert Farrar
At the suggestion of a straight friend, gay man Leo joins a men's group, where he causes some upsets by declaring his attraction to one of its members. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bedrooms and Hallways torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: UTTER CRAP, CRAPPY DIRECTOR if any (my cat could have done better!) Snakes looked rubbish, can you call them actors or just people accidentally screaming at nothing hmm that's a hard one. PROBABLY AMERICAN this film. I laughed a few times, its meant to be scary that just sums it up. I laughed at how unrealistic it was. I'd advise you to go watch high school musical 3 which is shit but not as bad as this crap!
(es) wrote: Wahlberg in belly shirts...
(jp) wrote: Worth seeing, but over rated.
(mx) wrote: For a guy who seemed to have his shit together... his personal life was a mess!Plot: Vincent Eastman has to choose between his wife of 16 years, Sally, or his new love, Olivia. Frequent flashbacks explain the background to the marriage and the affair.
(es) wrote: 99 minute version would've been enough, but I saw the 124 minute version instead. Underrated for sure. It's not brilliant, but it's great. I'm glad I saw it finally.
(us) wrote: This movie was missing something... the story wasn't that good.
(nl) wrote: not seen that one b4
(us) wrote: While oftentimes painfully unfunny, it's always a fun time. A forgivable misfire from Spielberg.
(es) wrote: Awesome banjo playing at the start but the rest of the movie drags
(fr) wrote: can you ask for more.
(es) wrote: The Hunt between Ford and Bean is exciting...SOMDVD
(es) wrote: This is probably best enjoyed by people who are as old as the main stars. However, it's still a hell of a good time. Yes, the film's tone is very uneven, going from two guys getting into a funny argument over who's going to give a girl their pants to two guys abusing and berating some bad guys who kind of deserve it. Yes, Alan Arkin doesn't get enough screen time. However, it doesn't try to be as slick as goodfellas or the departed or as funny as a Judd Apatow movie. It's just a fast, fun thrill ride with 3 great older actors. This is by no means a must see movie, but I really recommend it if you want something that doesn't take itself seriously.
(nl) wrote: Pitiful. Sure, a great performance but do you really want to spend two hours watching bloody violence and a man's life falling apart with no true happy ending. The reward mentioned in the critics' consensus is that the suffering is finally over when the movie ends.