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Shawn H (au) wrote: This is like All About Eve, with French bankers instead of actresses. And no Addison Dewitt. And if it starred Joan Crawford and Brigitte Bardot instead of Bette and Anne. But very close!
Karl L (us) wrote: How do I get this film for free
Cynthia S (br) wrote: Love Liam Neeson. Hate Patricia Arquette. If it wasn't for her, this movie might have been decent. But, alas...
Zay P (de) wrote: I think its a great movie love to see it
Jens T (mx) wrote: Before Paul Verhoeven made a career in Hollywood as one of the most infamous director with such controversial films as Total Recall and Basic Instincts, he made even more daring films in his native Netherlands. And it's Turkish Delight that crealy stands out as his greatest one, with Rutger Hauer in the leading role, another Dutchman who later became international famous. And also the cinematographer Jan de Bont who later made such great action films as Speed and Twister. Turkish Delight have many times been ranked as the best Dutch film of all time, and was a big box-office hit in Netherlands.Turkish Delight is the story about the hyper sexual sculptor Eric (Rutger Hauer) who one day hitchhike with a girl named Olga (Monique van de Ven) whom he develops a sexual desire for, but is later evolved into what they think is real love. Eric is a restless and egocentric person, who don't like to be bossed around, he's more or less a real anarchist. Olga seems to be more and more repulsed by his wild pranks, but there's also the problem that every one around him seems to be effected in a negative way. Nobody, specially Olga's family can't stand him, he's seems to not get along with any one.Turkish Delight is a very dark and perverse, but at the same time kind of liberating film. I think that has very much to do with the fact that Eric is an artist. This is truly an amazing performance by Rutger Hauer, a man we either love to hate or love. There are also a lot of shocking scenes (thought I can't understand why they actually censored people's private part) many shocking sex scene which is either to daring or embarrassing to watch. There's also a pretty violent scene, a dream sequence where Eric brutally kills Olga and another man. My overall opinion is that this is a wonderful but grotesque love story. Thumbs up.
seth c (au) wrote: Entertainment is an art house film through and through. No matter how many cool camera angles and shots you get, if you don't have a story underneath it all then it really is meaningless to most. The film jumps from uncomfortable scene to uncomfortable scene until it mercifully ends. There is a bright spot: Turkington's performance was exceptional; albeit horribly depressing (which was the point). It does attempt to highlight the struggles of a hack comedian trying to make it despite the writing being on the wall. However it's done in a way that is neither pleasant or groundbreaking, just odd and off-putting. Unless you're into the avant garde type of film you should avoid this one.