The Deep Blue Sea

The Deep Blue Sea
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Leigh

Boring . . . . couldn't hang . . . .

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ellie

The elements of "realization(s)" in a broad sense as related to relationships, societal/family pressures on the individual and perhaps the film not adopting a Hollywood "satisfying resolution" resonated with me. Reads like life...a slice of someone's life--perhaps it's what you get out of a ...Read more

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Natalia

Irredeemably depressing study of obsession

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Kimberly

Although well made and acted, I was left unsatisfied. I have not seen the play, but the description of the plot in wikipedia differs slightly and importantly in its resolution, and so the play might make more emotional sense.

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