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Stage on Screen: The Women (2002)

TV Movie  |   |  18 June 2002 (USA)
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Not Too Bad.................
24 September 2004 | by (houston, tx) – See all my reviews

i have read many of the comments here and i should like to add my own.

While i can see where there was room for improvement in some areas, over all this was good entertainment, and i will purchase a copy for later viewing.

all of the ladies play their parts well. the one thing i can say is that they all had a tendency to sing........... their words....... and that is where the improvements can and should be made. yes they are on stage and they had the need to project their voices so that those in the back may be heard. But speaking in clear tones from ones diaphragm does not require loud long.............. drawling singing words........

i do believe they had the right,(type casting), for the parts -the women did fit their roles, however, you could tell that a bit more live on stage experience is needed.

no, not tony award winning- but not a bomb either. good entertainment when all you want is to not think about your cares, and watch and listen in on others...........


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