In 1830s France, pianist/composer Frédéric Chopin is pursued romantically by the determined, individualistic woman who uses the name George Sand.
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Chris D (ag) wrote: Better than I expected. Creepy. Of course, I watched it alone, in the dark. :-)
Timm S (us) wrote: Slow-Burned Thriller, Just The Way I Like Em. Paced Pretty Well & The Cold, Wooded Backdrop Just Further Deepens A Sombre Mood.
Paul D (ag) wrote: Retribution and gangster wars should provide an amiable enough storyline for a Seagal movie, however the plot continually deteriotes into nonsensical violence and the script is basic also.
Bianca J (ru) wrote: The book was awesome...the movie should be even better
Dane A (ru) wrote: Weeeird...It's like Memento meets Dark City in 18th century Paris.
Derek D (kr) wrote: He had to make a sequel, didn't he? Actually, this followup to Seagal's best-reviewed film isn't that bad, but it's not a great film, either. I'm a bit of a Bogosian fan, but he seemed at times a little too over the top as the villian. Seagal was his usual self in this film, kicking ass on a train instead of a ship. Not too bad of a film, but don't expect the same quality as the first.
Dustin D (kr) wrote: For a Few Dollars More is the perfect spiritual sequel to A Fistful of Dollars. Eastwood is a charismatic lead, Lee Van Cleef brings unexpected depth, and Gian Maria Volonte is perfect as the thoroughly hateable and psychopathic villain.
Irvin C (kr) wrote: Another movie I had to see for work and this one's a pretty damn good one. It starts off with a short news clip of interviews with journalists and people who were involved with the real life case of organized crime and corruption in Phenix City, Alabama and what follows is one hell of a film. Exciting, rousing and surprisingly quite brutal for its time (or any time really).
Steven K (br) wrote: best movie I've ever seen very well made film