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March (2001)

Julian March is unhappy with his wife, his family and his mistress. His detachment and coldness bring darkness to the March family and those around them. Will he realize his emotional alienation and move on before it is too late?

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Julian March
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Ned
Julia Pennington ...
Catherine March
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Hedy Pullman
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Angela Walsh
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Joan
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Todd Harper
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Jessica
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Karen (as Angel Boris)
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Dr. Ellen Taylor
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Suicide Girl
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Byron March
Susan Lay ...
Carly
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Mary Fromm
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Peter Fromm
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Julian March is unhappy with his wife, his family and his mistress. His detachment and coldness bring darkness to the March family and those around them. Will he realize his emotional alienation and move on before it is too late?

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Good Film, Great Ending
8 October 2001 | by See all my reviews

Oh, my God, someone's actually trying to make movies for mature adults. It was slow like a good European film (think Rhomer, Bergman, Bresson), but it kept building and building momentum. Good job, guys. Your ending's stuck with me all year.


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