The Merry Gentleman

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Linda

Unique well acted film. Strong characters, and beguiling script....

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Edith

There was a lot of dark emotion. Rather than flat, it has a dark intensity, a wariness, taking from the film noir genre. This is second time I'vewatched it and it has not lost its impact for me.

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Sahan

A slow film. Intriguing elements. Unexpected ending. Worth watching.

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Tim

Fairly flat emotionally, but I think it's interesting to see what Keaton does here. Curious when an actor creates an emotionless role to start in while performing as a director behind the camera - I think there was a lot of potential that others saw and turned into their own magic (in ...Read more

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