Flashbacks reveal the destructive love affair between Hester Collyer, the younger wife of High Court judge Sir William Collyer, and Freddie Page, a handsome young former RAF pilot troubled by his memories of the Second World War. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Michael H (ca) wrote: A good effort. It's a great story idea that just isn't quite satisfyingly realized despite some very good scenes and moments. The cinematography is often obviously gorgeous but nearly as often horribly compromised by digital cinema presentation that can't adequately reproduce the range of colors and, even more frustratingly, struggles with fog drifting through the dark jungle. Which it does a lot. And which often looks terrible, with a blobs of dark and light shifting about rather than the wafting haze of fog. Very distracting as a persistent reminder that we're watching a video rather than a film.It has the potential, though, to be beautiful. If I ever have the opportunity to see a film print of this movie, I'd jump at the chance.
Rafael M (nl) wrote: Mas o menos comica y entretenida... no mas..
Matt W (us) wrote: Shockingly awful horror film directed with no sense at all. Why continually go for your MTV musical stab jump cut to ... nothing? Why do it once? Why do it EVERY FIVE MINUTES?! There was a good film in here somewhere, but it's lost by a director who shouldn't be making horror films and seems better suited to a few music videos. Two stars for the idea only.
Darren T (es) wrote: Slick Japanese Yakuza Action Movie Of 1997.
Jack G (jp) wrote: RUN-DMV, Kurtis Blow, THE FAT BOYS, LL Cool J, Beastie Boys! New Edition... okay, scratch that last one.
Abir C (ag) wrote: Ray shows once again why he's considered one of the best directors of all times.
Gina A (us) wrote: Great look at the dynamic of growing up in a college town. Quirky characters make the bizarre pieces believable.
Stephanie O (mx) wrote: Quite Far from playing it cool but great chemistry.
Nate T (us) wrote: Classic fluff at it's best. Followed by a sequel: Gentlemen Marry Brunettes (1955). On Blu-ray.