Henry & June

Henry & June

While traveling in Paris, author Henry Miller and his wife, June, meet Anais Nin, and sexual sparks fly as Nin starts an affair with the openly bisexual June. When June is forced to return to the U.S., she gives Nin her blessing to sleep with her husband. Then, when June returns to France, an unexpected, and sometimes contentious, threesome forms.

In 1931 Paris, Anais Nin meets Henry Miller and his wife June. Intrigued by them both, she begins expanding her sexual horizons with her husband Hugo as well as with Henry and others. June shuttles between Paris and New York trying to find acting jobs while Henry works on his first major work, "Tropic of Cancer," a pseudo-biography of June. Anais and Hugo help finance the book, but June is displeased with Henry's portrayal of her, and Anais and Henry have many arguments about their styles of writing on a backdrop of a Bohemian lifestyle in Paris. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Henry & June torrent reviews

Shamus G (nl) wrote: Great acting from a great cast that is consistently marred by a vague script with too many stories to tell and too many major plot templates that are either too complex to understand or too vague to notice. Wahlberg is the highlight; his character is very likeable, increasingly so as the film progresses. Might be inclined to watch this again, just to satisfy my taste for crime thrillers, but it's the last such film I'd recommend to my fellow filmgoer.

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Yasachandra B (ru) wrote: A viewer has to look really deep and i mean really deep to connect with the characters of the movie. I don't know how it could have been made more better, but it certainly was meant for a very refined audience who can really understand others emotions very well. Even the most refined viewer can loose the grip and fail to connect with the characters at times, but overall, this is a work of legends. A display of true and raw emotions without any element of biasness or impurity.

Christopher W (us) wrote: Recently revisited the biopic that chronicles the Master of Suspense's life and turbulent marital relationship during the making of his magnum opus "Psycho." Sir Anthony Hopkins is superb as Hitch, but Helen Mirren seems to steal the show as his endearing wife Alma. There was a little hokeyness in the film such as the scenes where Hitch continually fantasizes interactions with Psycho's inspiration, Ed Gein. All in all, "Hitchcock" prevails as an enjoyable film.

Julie R (de) wrote: Fantastic movie. Touching story with great acting. Awesome soundtrack.

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Mitchell S (ru) wrote: One of the worst movies I have ever seen.

Matt M (nl) wrote: Charles Laughton's performance as the famous titular pirate, here given the task of carrying a treasure ship from India to England, is perhaps the only thing worth looking out for in this otherwise slow paced dull pirate adventure.

Eric T (kr) wrote: Great movie. Powerful, sad, and uplifting,sometimes all at the same time. Do yourself a favor and see this movie!

Alan Arthur Robert B (it) wrote: One of my favorites!