A Man and a Woman

A Man and a Woman

A man and a woman meet by accident on a Sunday evening at their childrens' boarding school. Slowly, they reveal themselves to each other, finding that each is a widow.

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A Man and a Woman torrent reviews

Patrick F (mx) wrote: Fascinating portrait of a man coming to terms with the fact his family was never quite what he thought they were. Half cautionary tale about marriage gone wrong, half soaring father/son reconciliation, it's very engaging, albeit horribly photographed.

Adrian M (gb) wrote: a great movie. it isn't about "calling a guy a girl because he's gay." it is about self-acceptance. i just wanted to clear that up. it makes sense when you watch it.

Cint T (fr) wrote: One of the funniest Aussie movies of all time. David Wenham is superb

Peter S (it) wrote: Great Tom Berenger, Erika Eleniak and Eldorado.

Bill B (gb) wrote: So this was a major 'list of shame' kinda viewing and I was NOT let down, as it's just a bonkers cinema experience from start to finish. A young woman finds herself possessed as part of a 100 year old curse and begins to wreak havoc on folks in modern day Indonesia.Fun stuff and well worth a look!

Joseph C (mx) wrote: Part of a duo he did with Scarlett Johansson, the other being the dark and intellectually satisfying Match Point, Scoop, likewise, deals with murder and voices from the beyond. The tenor of the movie, however, could not be more different, and Allen achieves a minor success. Of course, Allen's minor successes are, for me, the equivalent of some film maker's entire oeuvre. I found this delightful -- crisp, intelligent writing, there is also nice construction of suspense and mystery, with the whole thing never taking itself so seriously (cf. Match Point.) The score, as well, peppered with Tchaikovsky's ballet scores and Grieg gives a good indication of the kind of mood he is setting. Johansson does a fantastic feminine Woody Allen impression, Jackman is cool and likable, as any villain should be. I think Allen is experiencing a kind of renaissance of sorts with this new period of films set in England, proving himself again to be one of the finest artists of cinema.

Tee M (es) wrote: My friends know why I love this movie ;-)

Lee C (au) wrote: A tragedy you strangely want to see again.

Wayne K (es) wrote: Doing for British Borstals what The Magdalene Sisters did for Irish Laundries, Scum is an often brutal, often shocking but always revelatory examination of life inside a prison for young offenders. We see bullying, beatings, psychological abuse, neglect and ridiculous abuses of power. The authority figures are intimidating and go out of their way to demean the inmates and remind them of how significant they are to them. While Ray Winston may be the Marquee star, it's Mick Ford's Archer that really steals the show, unleashing his countless methods of non-violent protest to undermine the system that means to belittle and diminish him at every opportunity. Everything in his performance, from his looks, his mannerisms, his smart, well-thought out but also angst-filled indictments of the penal system, he's the undeniable human centre of this film, and it would be nothing without him. There's some truly stomach-clenching moments in the movie, some of which will leave you speechless, but they are all justified in the context of the narrative, and all contribute something to the story and the characters. The near-total absence of music serves to empathises the isolation and bleakness, and the narrow rooms and corridors give it a tight, claustrophobic feel. It's an incredible film, an extraordinary experience, and one not to be missed, though certainly not one for the weak of heart.

David C (au) wrote: Step aside Austin Powers. All the ladies know that Flint is the real man of mystery. In this movie alone, Flint (1 speaks to dolphins in their native tongue (2 shows off his professional theatrical ballet skills (3 battles thugs on a trampoline (4 uses his sonic belt buckle gadget to help him escape from being cryogenically frozen (5 foils the plot of some old lady who feels that women should take over the world {"no longer will we stay in the shadows with our dishwater hands"}, and finally (6 has a threesome with 2 female Russion cosmosauts while orbiting Earth. Derek Flint, you are the man.

Morgan M (au) wrote: We were VERY happily surprised. We expected a campy, cheesy B rated production, and found a well told story, albeit with a definitely odd twist. Well acted, directed, and shot - we will definitely add this to our movie library.