Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages
The story of a poor young woman, separated by prejudice from her husband and baby, is interwoven with tales of intolerance from throughout history.
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Guy W (ca) wrote: A true delight from start to finish. Even if you loathe the man - you have to admit he is an absolute cinematic genius.
John C (ca) wrote: haha.. bi-polar bear
Na D (br) wrote: I love this story, because the main characters are so adept at compensating for the inadequacies of the other. It truly is a wonderful story about finding your independence, adventure, and falling in love (in the oddest of situations). Wonderful.
stefani r (au) wrote: something like documentary only,,, so better not watch it if u hoped to see something like memoirs of geisha
Orlok W (de) wrote: Slasher released from loony bin--Madness... is served!!
Orlok W (kr) wrote: Bustin' Loose shows some warmth as well as laughs from Pryor--Richard Pryor busts ya one!!
Arin D (au) wrote: Wow, Robert Altman had some grim moments early in his career. This movie is so dour, so bleak in both palette and plot, that I wouldn't recommend you watch it this winter at all. Fernando Rey must have made a career out of playing the decadent intellectual. He reprised it so often for Bunuel, now he does it for Altman. And Paul Newman's strangest role by far, too bad he doesn't get much of a range to exploit in this role. Some famous names in support roles. Worth sitting through for sure.
Michael W (ru) wrote: Good and bad. Bad acting. Plot that makes no sense but OH so fun...