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Tom

Wow. This is a retelling of one of the great stories from Greek literature (with a modern reversal), but it would be a spoiler to tell you which one. Sam Shepard and Julie Delpy convincingly portray a complicated and loving relationship. It may not seem like a 5-Star movie as the film ...Read more

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Erin

It's alright - beautiful and artful in some respects. Julie Delpy is strong in body and spirit in this film, and her performance / screen presence is enough of a reason to watch this film.

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Deborah

I was surprised this was given five stars. Very slow. Not one of my favorites.

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