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When Charlie is about to go to school and Connie sees him chewing something. She asks him to spit it out on her palm. He leaves for school. In between shots, the thing on her palm disappears and she is later seen chewing something without been shown what she did with the thing on her palm. See more »
We take Medicard...
I'm sorry, we don't take charity cases here.
[closes the door, and then opens it again]
It was a joke.
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A deeply haunting and provocative masterpiece. Stunningfilm-making.
Whoever thought that director Adrian Lyne and star Richard Gere were finished needs to see this haunting and provocative film. Because this is a stunner that will put both back on the map - big time. For all their star power though, it is the female star Diane Lane who must take huge credit for making this such an effective movie.
I've always liked Lane as an actress from when she was a kid in Francis Ford Coppola films, but she rarely got the chance to 'carry' a film. Well, she not only 'carries' UNFAITHFUL, she delivers one of the most haunting and powerful performances I have seen from an actress. Think Julia Roberts in ERIN BROCKOVICH or Ellen Burstyn in REQUIEM FOR A DREAM and you get the picture. Stunning acting.
While the committed performances are what make a great movie greater, it is Adrian Lyne who has constructed such a wonderful and effective rhythm and style to UNFAITHFUL. This is not an art-film, but it is not a blockbuster either. It lays somewhere between the two and delivers on all fronts. I was totally glued to my seat from start to finish.
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