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Married/Unmarried (2001)

Video  -  Drama  -  2004 (USA)
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Obsession and doubt control four friends' relationship.

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Kristen McMenamy ...
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Pretentious...misogynistc...and boring!
15 December 2004 | by (Leominster Mass USA) – See all my reviews

A simplistic melding of Ingmar Bergman, Eugene O'Neill, and Radley Metzger by a 16 year old devoted to Japanese animé would bring forth a better script than this pseudo artsy piece of junk.

A major problem with this film, which runs 86 minutes, is that it is 85 minutes too long. It is true that both Gina Bellman's and Kristen McMenamy's nipples are very pretty. But that they are not enough to sustain this poor man's Peter Greenway is readily apparent.

Derivative. Pedantic. Artless. What more can you say about such a dreary film. What it lacks in originality it makes up in...no, it doesn't make up in anything.

If you enjoy good cinema, you won't enjoy this.


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