Based on the true story of the enduring but troubled love between Lois Wilson, co-founder of Al-Anon, and her alcoholic husband Bill Wilson, co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
When Love Is Not Enough: The Lois Wilson Story
Based on the true story of the enduring but troubled love between Lois Wilson, co-founder of Al-Anon, and her alcoholic husband Bill Wilson, co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous.
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Sandeep N (ca) wrote: It's a philosophical scientific romance to put it in a genre. This has poetry, history, beauty, language, si-fi, mystery, music and various life experiments to begin with and ends up as a delusion. A fully realized new world in frequencies is created and it is done with words, not graphics or creatures. It has more imagination and intelligence than most of the movies you have seen. Just brilliant!
William B (ru) wrote: Not quite as gripping or rewarding as "Dogville", but good enough that I hope Von Trier does indeed make "Wasington" (the intended 3rd installment). Definitely be sure to watch "Dogville" first, and do your best not to read too much (if any) of the synopsis for either film. A very few select words can act as a spoiler.
William L (ca) wrote: More like a taped panel discussion than a movie, but the ideas presented are worth the attention.
Sanity Assassin (nl) wrote: was really ccchheeeesssyyy in some places... especially the bat in the cave, but it was fun. the bird that plays the lady garbed in white... abigail wolcott (what an arse... yikes... hotttt). anyway, yeh with some real amusing scenes (not scary at all but as aforementioned fun and not boring) like the turtle coming back to life and having a bite it holds your interest 'til the end. comic book esque
Ash J (kr) wrote: I guess it was okay except for the corny plot and even cornier conclusion.
Jeffrey B (fr) wrote: Don Knotts was so funny
Milka (mx) wrote: The music is astounding! The film wouldn't fare half so well without it.It's a very interesting character study, that offers few answers. Much better to me than Breathless, which kind of reeked of self-parody.It's as though Camille is waiting for Paul to "get" something...which she herself doesn't understand.Bardot is alluring. Her performance is fascinating. Palance is detestable. Lang's speechifying is tedious every so often. Godard seems to think that abrupt editing is tantamount to cinematic depth. Every so often, the film is haphazard & distracting. Yet not detrimentally so. The film does betray a sense of scratching at the surface without ever exposing what's beneath it, unfortunately. There's no rhyme or reason. Perhaps the conveyance is exactly that .
Veronique K (us) wrote: if you enjoy sophistication comedy which means comic tales about upper class people like those socialites blended with the elements of screwball comedy, and meanwhile you sorta like the old gangster style episode, "designing woman" would be a terrific choice to consume your evening tea time....meanwhile if you're not weary of the trivial emphasis of feminine extravagent constumes, you would embrace this flick with vigor. the storyline is complicated, a joulistist played by peck falls in love with a fashion designer played by bacall, then gets married immediately once the passion is torched, and he's having some discord over the gap of their social lives, and also he's busy concealing the fact of his ex girlfriend whom his wife suspects he's having affairs with, further his newspaper article infuriates a gangster lead who plans to send thugs to teach him a lesson....you could imagine..it's a comedy of errors and irreconcible ridicule between genders, as he would rather take all the troubles denying the existence of his ex than confide the truth to reclaim his fidelity. the wardrobes are all out of prestigous designer helen rose who even held a press conference to introduce the fashions in this flick. bacall's role was originally considered with grace kelly if kelly had not been transported to morocco as princess. the best pleasure of watching "designing woman" is the girlish amusement for dresses and those rosiness of high class lifestyle such as being a designer and a popular society queen, most of all, married to a dashing handsome man who is the man of men, gregory peck. of course, the premise is that you must have a slight acceptance of chic flicks, and this one has the right dose, one bit more would ruin the pleasant taste.
Rene W (es) wrote: Lucia Bos is beautiful and the Antonioni is amazing, but I would only recommend this film to hardcore film buff and die-hard lovers of Italian cinema.
Ananth N (ag) wrote: A Good start but worst ending.Seriously i hate the story of this movie , complete dump film.
Jt H (de) wrote: It may serve as an important film, especially with everything in society today, but fails to live up to its potential because of actors who try too hard to get their point across.