Tea and Sympathy

Tea and Sympathy

Tom Lee is a sensitive boy of 17 whose lack of interest in the "manly" pursuits of sports, mountain climbing and girls labels him "sister-boy" at the college he is attending. Head master Bill Reynolds' wife Laura sees Tom's suffering at the hands of his school mates (and her husband), and tries to help him find himself.

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Mette S (ca) wrote: Incredible rip-off of every dino-flick, I can think of. The effects are bad in a very beautiful way and acting even more amazing. Thank you, Asylum, for delivering awesomeness. You rock :)

Paul D (ca) wrote: It doesn't quite do for animation, what Jurassic Park did for the live action genre, however it may keep young kids occupied for a while. Instantly forgettable though.

Tammy R (ca) wrote: Odd, aimless but weirdly entertaining. A 65 year old marrying 21 year old!! creepy!!

Hannah D (us) wrote: I really liked this, it's hard to find but if you can find it see it.

NAL (fr) wrote: WANT TO SEE IT AGAIN

Tasos L (ru) wrote: ''If clouds are full of water, they pour rain upon the earth. Whether a tree falls to the south or to the north, in the place where it falls, there will it lie.'' Ecclesiastes 11.3

Brendan N (ca) wrote: The film turns the old fashioned thriller story into something fun and original. Alfred Hitchcock would make these films with he's eyes shut and I would assume he would enjoy this clever twist on the wrong guy. Bryan brown is well cast as the special effects artist who accepts a job that soon leads to a murder charge. Dennehy is good as the old seasoned detective who uncovers the plot. The film is full of promising actors which gives the film more depth then normally required. The concept is fun and quite rewarding. If you enjoy a fresh take on an old tired genre film then this is the film for you. The overall story is full of plot holes but you will ignore these once the film sucks you in

Marko Juha Kalevi H (gb) wrote: Jesus Franco does have quite unique touch in his directing. This is nothing like any other vampire movie.

Maarten V (ca) wrote: Interesting as an example of allied war-propaganda, but nada mas.

Joanna S (it) wrote: "There's a lot of living to do in this world. And if you're worthwhile, you get hurt. "

Ernest C (ag) wrote: Ambitious, lavish and crafted with particular stylistic choices (including some historical fantasy), this wonderfully entertaining film dares to aim at being grand and succeeds. In doing so, we are treated to two kinds of genius - the tortured genius of knowing greatness yet being unable to achieve it, and the seemingly effortless genius of Mozart's music, which stands on its own.

Juli N (ca) wrote: It was a disturbing and thought provoking premise that stayed with me for days! I saw it again just now and I'm still in awe of the genius of this film! Caleb Landry Jones gave a performance of a lifetime! It was way beyond creepy, it was truly a frightening spectacle! I look forward to viewing future films featuring this brilliant young actor!

Ronald W (nl) wrote: Simple straight forward drama, told in an amazing way

Tyler S (ag) wrote: More evidence that If I were to make movies, no one would like them. I think the film is pretty brilliant to be honest, maybe I'm a pretentious pessimistic joyless naive dullard who is easily impressed by artsy fartsyness. But I alike the exploration of ideas, especially the ideas presented in this film and I love what Aronofsky had to say and that eh had the balls to go for it. Yeah the ending is basically a bunch of weird imagery that doesn't make sense, but should it? Can it? I mean maybe we aren't given clear answers because there aren't clear answers? Maybe he couldn't execute the ideas to the end because who the Hell knows what the "end" even is. I don't know I don't really need to in instances like this, but I digress. But what can't be disputed is that Hugh Jackman is great in this, as is Rachel Weisz.