The Bergman sisters could not be more different. Jessica is a feisty tomboy who loves to help her father work their farmland. Her beautiful sister Meg is eagerly being groomed by her mother Hester (Lisa Harrow) to be the perfect wife, so that she can marry her way out of poverty. However, when the man, Jack Thomas, who Meg has set her sights on falls in love with Jessica and gets her pregnant, Hester schemes to wrench the couple apart to claim Jessica's son, Joey for Meg. Later she commits Jessica to a mental asylum. It is here that Jessica receives news of her lover's death and almost loses hope, but after enlisting the help of Mr. Runche, a down and out lawyer battling alcoholism, she is eventually released. Years later, it is the reformed Runche who gives Jessica the courage to fight for the return of her child. Eventually Meg and Hester call an uneasy truce with Jessica, and allow her to play a role in Joey's life as his aunt.
p3rkIn j0y t (mx) wrote: pray the Devil back to hell
Terry J (kr) wrote: a fiction with dumb science
Sam S (es) wrote: Fling* takes a very realistic and brutally honest look into the world of open relationships, while still maintaining a light-hearted sense of humor about it. The casting was fantastic, and I found myself immediately sucked into the storyline. You really feel for the characters' situations. Filming-wise, I personally enjoyed the method in which the scenes were shot. It was a personal touch that gave the film a style all it's own. Very HBO/IFC. And Kansas City is absolutely beautiful! You can tell the director has a real love and appreciation for the place. It was VERY beautifully shot! It's a shame that this film did not receive more theatrical recognition upon it's release!
Brian R (de) wrote: Beautiful, heart-wrenching story told very well. Strong performances. Some of the character connections were a bit fuzzy & the redemption comes a bit too easily at the end, but otherwise great. Don't watch if you're not in the right frame of mind.
emily h (fr) wrote: not much of a point but kinda funny at some points ha "dogs are good"
Ivan M (de) wrote: solid B production movie with a nice steaming hot girl in leading role :Dnontheless movie isnt that good... lame.
Andy P (de) wrote: While it is ultimately a b-movie melodrama, I enjoyed the chemistry between Harrison Ford and Kristin Scott Thomas.
Michael W (kr) wrote: Tracks two Trek enthusiasts and their relationship hangups. Contains tons of pop culture references to sci-fi and cult films and a contrived role for William Shatner as a cariacature of himself/Captain Kirk. Maybe a little too self-aware of its own perceived cleverness.
Vishwesh K (br) wrote: ONE OF THE CULT FILMS THAT HAVE BEEN CHURNED OUT FRM INDIAN FILM INDUSTRY ABOUT THE MUMBAI UNDERWORLD
Bob P (kr) wrote: This is an amazing film with a great story. It isn't exactly action-packed but the one major fight scene is just stunning to watch. A great film if you can handle the slow pacing.
Brody M (br) wrote: The Victim started off real good & creepy but after the middle, It was just boring from there.I was really disappointed in this 1 because it started off so good that I had real high hopes for it then........