Conversations with Other Women

Conversations with Other Women

Reunited at a wedding after many years, former lovers again feel the pull of a mutual attraction neither is willing to admit. Escaping the reception for the privacy of a hotel room, the unnamed pair explore the choices of the past that led them to the present.

When a man and woman flirt with each other at a wedding reception, the sexual tension seems spontaneous. As they break from the party to a hotel room, the flirtation turns into a night filled with passion and remorse. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Conversations with Other Women torrent reviews

Ricardo A (ag) wrote: Despite one terrific sequence, Willow Creek feels like a by the numbers found footage horror movie. It's entertaining but probably you would not recommend it.

Bas K (br) wrote: Excellent in everything. I don't understand the viewers who thought it of lesser quality. Acting, cinematography, editing, music, directing, the works! Storytelling as films should be!!!

Pat S (nl) wrote: Fashion Is My Passion... Love it

Katy N (mx) wrote: not even worth a full star!!

Calvin R (gb) wrote: Much like Lake Placid, but with a different story, and Croc. However, the concept is the same, same gory template, and somewhat covered in intensity, but between this and Lake Placid, I still like Lake Placid slightly more.Overall Primeval doesn't offer any type of terror, and the performance were decent, but I did like the Crocodile, and he was gigantically terrorizing.

Francesca W (ag) wrote: Love this film. Very quirky and Kyle Schmid naked in the shower. What more could a girl want - aside from him in MY shower!!!!

Adil S (nl) wrote: OK movie from 1990. For today?s generation; be aware of the typical bollywood clichs from 90?s when you watch this one.

Diana L (kr) wrote: Has nobody seen this movie but me? I loved this movie growing up. Howie Mandel is great at BoBo, the man raised by wolves

Andrew S (kr) wrote: as good as concert films can get, with awesome music to boot.

Mikey M (nl) wrote: Gasp. What a terrific movie. Been wanting to see this for ages because I'd heard it was one of the 70's lost gems. This will not appeal to everyone as it is a disjointed character study, but what it is however, is a stunningly poetic piece of American cinema - Beautifully photographed, written and acted. As I got into the movie, I began to realise that it had been shot by Conrad Hall (which I didn't know going in). Once again, his photography left me short of breath at times and I will look forward to watching this film many more times after I add it to my collection. I found it challenging, bleak and spattered with good humour throughout - and I feel sure that this movie has inspired the Coen brothers.This should be regarded as an American classic in the same mould as The Last Picture Show, Easy Rider or Badlands, but by all accounts was labelled a fascist film at the Cannes film festival on its release. I say 'pish' to that - a completely undeserving tag. It is simply the story of a man trying to find his way through all that is bad about the American dream. A real pity that Guercio didn't direct again.

Nathan C (ag) wrote: A well-done historical epic that is dramatically effective. It shines, mostly due to the masterful performances by Peter O' Toole and Richard Burton. O'Toole is humorously maniacal and gripping, while Richard Burton is g and subtly compelling. This makes for quite a contrast... and some riveting chemistry.

Cam D (ag) wrote: Was surprisingly funny.I think what made it better than a typical parody is that the acting was very good.It wasn't too over the top, and it wasn't boring.Good watch.

Noah G (au) wrote: My favorite Elvis movie! This movie actually helped shape my world view growing up. I know I probably shouldn't admit that, but it's the truth.

Stay G (es) wrote: Really love this movie loved the drama and suspense from it really looking foward to an other movie