Guilty by Suspicion

Guilty by Suspicion

This compelling story vividly recreates Hollywood's infamous 'Blacklist Era'. The witch-hunt has begun and director David Merrill (De Niro) can revive his stalled career by testifying against friends who are suspected communists. Merrill's ex wife (Bening) shares a whirlpool of scandals that draws them closer togheter while his chances for ever making movies again slips further away...

David Merrill (Robert De Niro), a fictitious 1950s Hollywood director, returns from filming abroad in France to find that his loyalty has been called into question by the House Committee on... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Deb K (fr) wrote: This is NOT a comedy, but, more of a drama with some elements of a "dark comedy". Just an OK Movie

Stacks A (mx) wrote: all that tits&ass,,,gets it2stars alone lol

Jason S (br) wrote: didn't really care much about this movie

Aaron K (jp) wrote: I hate to choose a winner for the Duel Project, but I definitely lean towards this one.

T W (de) wrote: This is a terrible treatment of one of the greatest stories of all time. Not only is it clumsily directed and filled with purple dialogue, but Gere is thoroughly ridiculous as Lancelot.

Issac L (mx) wrote: It could be a perfect double bill with Almodovar's own BAD EDUCATION (2004, 8/10), LAW OF DESIRE is his seventh feature film and has a plucky vein of a forthright attitude towards homosexuality and challenges an unconventional yarn of a besotted maniac-suitor's (Banderas) incorrigible fixation of our protagonist, a successful film director Pablo (Poncela), that kind of creepy yet deeply-devoting ardor could instantaneously scare away the recipient and devour one's own, but not like other similar-themed films tackles on a thriller angle, this film has (unexpectedly) romanticized the purified affection as a rarefied empathy, and succumbs to its self-immolated culmination out of the left field.Meanwhile, the film also painstakingly limns the life of Pablo's sister Tina (Maura), a ham actress, whose outr past will be divulged later in the film to a shocking value with comical casualness thanks to an amnesiac twist, and she carries a paralleled weight which includes a maternal bond with her niece Ada (Velasco). From what one may expect from Almodovar, the film is less tawdry or garish with its color element, still an over-par indulgence though, LAW OF DESIRE is cluttered with saccharine love letters, explicit homoerotic scenes, tackling with touchy issues like possessiveness, promiscuity, incest, transsexual, drug abuse and a murder case, with innuendos about priesthood sex scandal, also interpolating a monologue play about a distressed woman named Laura P (starts and ends with a melancholic delivery of "NE ME QUITTE PAS"). It is a fairly self-boosting piece of work, Almodovar always know how to infuse comedic occurrence into his well-drafted plot, even against a harrowing backbone.As Almodovar's early muse, Maura owns her dominance of the film, the water-spurting on a hot summer night, the rendition of Laura P, the anger and indignity of exposing her veiled past and a face-to-face confession, magnificently dazzling and plain impressive. His male muse, Banderas, has a strapping figure and oozes all the fervor for the man of his life, gritty and arresting. By comparison, leading man Poncela may recede under the guise of a so-so performance, his dearth of personal charisma might not live up to sustain the story in a plausible manner, but his queer bearing is well-presented here. As usual, there are distinctive side characters galore, Velasco proves herself as a blossoming talent and Bibiana Fernndez has a short but intensive spell as her negligent mother. Speaking for myself, Almodovor's canon is always a safe haven, and this one has all his trappings all over the place, and it is male-centered, more self-referential in a way, supposedly more intriguing on this ground.

Bob W (us) wrote: Should have been entitled Attack of the Crystal Monoliths, or Crystal Salt Persuasion or Rocky X. Not the scariest film, but I like the classic B movie intro with the dramatic monologue and music. Speaking of music, ELO could have done the soundtrack with Turn to Stone.