While We're Young

While We're Young

An uptight documentary filmmaker and his wife find their lives loosened up a bit after befriending a free-spirited younger couple.

Josh Srebnick is 44. He is married to Cornelia, 43, the daughter of Leslie Breitbart, a respected documentary filmmaker. The couple lives comfortably in New York Village and gives the image of happiness.But things are not so rosy as they look : on a personal level, their relationships have been cooling down while they suffer from not having children. On a professional plane, things have deteriorated as well. Josh, who is also a documentarian like his father-in-law, has lost inspiration: he has been grappling with his last movie for eight years now without being able to complete it. To be true, Josh goes nowhere and his marriage is on the rocks. Things start changing when Josh and Cornelia meet another married pair : Jamie and Darby, a generation younger, express their admiration for Josh (Jamie wishing to become a documentary filmmaker himself). Plus, they are much cooler, smarter and more uninhibited than the two forty-odds. Could they help Josh and Cornelia to revive their couple? ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


While We're Young torrent reviews

Paul K (ca) wrote: Extremely riveting and increasinglly disturbing thriller is a true story based on a book by the films central characterwho bites off more than he can chew. Not for all tastes.

Doug J (ru) wrote: The absolute worst movie made of all time! I challenge you to find a worse movie!!!

Joe E (ru) wrote: An above average drama. The performances were very well done but the problems with this film does lie in the fact that the director does mess up some scenes. He makes you feel the oppisite from what you are meant to feel from the scenes written in the script. But the acting do keep this film fresh and interesting.

Samantha L (mx) wrote: this film is great! they need 2 make more like this! jonny 5 is alive

Daniel M (fr) wrote: Easily my favorite Mad Max. The humor element really sets it apart from Fury Road.

Scott R (au) wrote: A little cheesy and drawn out at times, but I still enjoyed this double agent film set in eastern Germany. Andrews and newman were good together, but I still doubted newmans credibility as a physicist. It was also interesting to have a defector to the russian side as a civilian. Much of the Germans were obviously American, but I did enjoy all the german dialogue. The bus scene was interesting with the bandits and suspenseful race with the other bus.

Jami L (ca) wrote: I am a sucker for the old classics. The Thrill Of It All falls in that category. It's a 1963 film about a Doctor's wife. She suddenly becomes the new face of "Happy" soap and all the new found fame doesn't make her husband all too happy.This film has a great cast. Doris Day and James Garner were wonderful and worked well together (apart from that whole 60s TV closed smashed mouth kiss). Then again, I have always been a fan of James Garner and am partial to some of his earlier work. My favorite Doris Day movie is With 6 You Get Eggroll, with Brain Keith. But, this ranks a close second. As an avid fan of the old black and white " What's My Line's" I was thrilled to see Arlene Francis in this. She was always so poised and graceful on screen. I also loved that Kym Karath played Maggie. I am a huge Sound Of Music fan. She was as adorable as Maggie, as she was playing Gretl. Even Edward Andrews, who played Sam's grandpa Baker in Sixteen Candles and Hayden Rorke, better known as Dr. Bellows from I Dream Of Jeannie can be seen in this one. Seeing if you can play " Where do I know them from?" is half the fun of watching these old classics. Sure some of this movie was oozing with muenster, but who doesn't secretly love a bit of cheese with their movies. One Flixsterite reviewed this film as being out dated. Yes, women have come a long way from just being house wives and having babies. But if you focus on that, you are missing the point. That is why they call them classics. After all, this WAS the 60s. If you are a fan of the classics and you haven't seen The Thrill Of It All, you should certainly check it out. It is a delightful film and good for a few laughs.

Justin R (mx) wrote: Decent enough crime drama that kind of goes off the rails in the final third. Not Sam Fuller's best script or Cornel Wilde's best performance, but they both make this worth a look.

Graham C (mx) wrote: agreat film and story

Guy L (it) wrote: The Allen Jenkins comedy bits are tedious and get in the way of the interesting medical drama. I personally don't believe the spy story surrounding this flick, and find the story compelling.

Ahmad J (kr) wrote: Classic masterpiece! First saw it in my early teens, and thought it was fascinating. I highly recommend this to those interested in the History of Cinema or History in general.