A rich man buys a husband (Van Johnson) for his dying daughter (Dorothy McGuire), and she finds out.

Always believing she had a happy marriage, a young wife's trust in her husband is shaken when she discovers that her father had paid him to marry her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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FilmGrinder S (mx) wrote: 95% Kept me guessing through out, who was the most mentally unstable of bunch.

Sharon H (ag) wrote: Natural born talented Basketball Player.. enjoy Anthony Mackie

Rupal B (ag) wrote: Life of Gandhi from a very different perspective!!

Joseph M (es) wrote: Awesome action/martial arts film, not much else. Storyline/story development takes a bit of a hit on this one (might be cultural context, guess I'll just have to spend more time in Asia...darn). If you're looking for a martial arts action film I would probably recommend this one, the fight scene at the very end makes up for a lot.

Marco T (au) wrote: Sebbene l'idea di fondo sia coraggiosa e offra soluzioni inusuali, la storia semplicistica e in modo disarmante. Fastidiosi animismi, consuetudini romeoegiuliettesche, prevedibilit principesche assortite e una prolissit sommessa si assommano al difetto meno tollerabile: l'insespressivit dei protagonisti. Infatti i momenti pi suggestivi sono quelli senza marionette.Avanzo l'ipotesi che alcune scene siano trasmigrate in Avatar.

Blake P (ag) wrote: It usually takes me about a day or two of reflecting to truly fall in love with a Wong Kar-Wai film, however, with "2046", by the time it's over there isn't a thing about it that doesn't affect you in one way or another. The supposed sequel to the excellent "In the Mood for Love", we find Chow Mo-wan (Tony Leung) has grown lonely after his relationship with the kind-hearted Su Lizhen (Maggie Cheung) ended, and since then he's slowly become an alcoholic, a womanizer, and a trashy writer, and embarks on many relationships, including dance hostess Bai Ling (Zhang Ziyi), and another woman by the name of Su Lizhen (Gong Li). At the beginning of "2046", the common thought is that the simple character, Chow Mo-wan, has suddenly become a jerk. However, as the film goes on, eventually we're pulled into his world of terminal emptiness, and eventually we begin to sympathize with him once again. All the characters here, wonderfully realized by its phenomenal actors (especially Zhang Ziyi, who delivers a potent performance, and Gong Li, who is quietly brilliant), are emotionally cold, and the world of melancholy Kar-Wai paints is so absorbing that you want to get lost in its luminous beauty. The images of the distant feature are intoxicating, as are the luscious camera shots full of neon; and the costume and set design pop with style. But the real feat here is how Kar-Wai, without a script, paints such an interesting story, and in the meantime has style to spare. Its intermingling science fiction tendencies have a certain mysterious effect that draws you in as well. "2046" is just as much a masterpiece of filmmaking as it is a work of art.

Brayden H (es) wrote: Dull E.T. ripoff. I could make better.

Thomas K (jp) wrote: Every once in a while there comes a film that turns out to be a complete knock-out. Ma vie en rose is such a film and although the story seems simple (see review above) it is difficult to find words for this cinematic masterpiece. Apart from the stunning performance by George Du Fresne as Ludovic I would also commend the 'child's eye' camera work throughout the film. Seeing the world through the eyes of a 7 year old boy give a unique perspective not only about his perception of the real and the fantasy world but also puts a mirror to the often hypocritical world around him. This is not film you can watch and forget but you may wonder how you managed to miss it until now.Unfortunately the DVD does not contain any worthwhile extras but the film is worth every second.If you are still thinking about getting this DVD stop here and order it now! Your life needs this film!

Bruno L (ag) wrote: Good! This film does a brilliant job of potraying the identity crisis of a young Jewish boy torn by war, idealism, loyalty, and his own psycho-spiritual development.

Indigo S (mx) wrote: One of my favorites! John Waters at his best!

Markkyle R (it) wrote: It's crazy movie ever

Tor M (de) wrote: It's always nice to have a weird film ready when you are up for it.This one is a silly piece that involves a whole lot of different stuff, often with a sexual undertone. It's R-rated, and after a while it turns pretty extreme. Somewhere in it it gradually turns nastier and nastier. I won't recommend eating while watching some of this stuff - your food might end up cold. That "Salo"-film is mentioned as a similiar film, that should explain a whole lot.Anyhow, we meet a very pretty girl and a very cool boat. We get some very funny scenes, others seem hard to get - they are just scenes with few meanings for me.Lots of singing and quite few words. Other scenes are very artistic and avant-guard like.I like some ideas, I actually like a lot of this film - but in the end it was a bit too extreme for me in some ways. Maybe the most disturbing film I've seen6.5 out of 10 kilos of sugar.

Jo Y (ca) wrote: Brynner with hair.I think I seen this.not sure.

Stephen C (ag) wrote: one of those flicks where you actually have to pay attention, kinda hard when the director/writer starts introducing that concept of arbitrariness. blink and you're not going to have a good time.

Asma A (br) wrote: Cant stand this film i just didn't feel sorry for any of them