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The Book of Eve (2002)

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Eva Smallwood
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Johnny Brancusi
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May
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Burt Smallwood
Marie-Jo Therio ...
Jeanne LeBlanc
Luck Mervil ...
Cab Driver 1
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Madame Plante
Paul Herzberg ...
Neil Smallwood
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Martin Elkins
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Sam
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Goldie
Pascale Devigne ...
Rosemary
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Kim
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Brian Turmel
Vlasta Vrana ...
Steve Lock
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September 2002 (Canada)  »

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Das Buch Eva - Ticket ins Paradies  »

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CAD 6,300,000 (estimated)
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this film is awful
17 December 2004 | by See all my reviews

The film starts like a promising story about the struggles of an old lady who decides to leave her husband and financially secured but dissatisfied life for a new beginning. However, it quickly turns into a really cheesy love story. If you are a senior citizen who loves to read third class romance books this film might be appealing for you, but if you want something deeper just stay away from it.

I am not against love stories but i am against the way they are handled, the way this film is handled in particular. It is a one dimensional shallow story in which everything goes just smooth. Even if some problems occur, they are there to be solved easily so that everybody, especially the audience will feel happy. This film might be a perfect textbook about how a good idea can be wasted for the sake of reaching average television audience.

I also really hated the way Johnny character is depicted, as because this character does not reflect the reality even a bit. The likelihood that you will hit an average Romanian who is highly intellectual who has the best taste of everything, who can play piano, who has famous artist relatives if he is not himself an artist, who also have carpenter abilities, and also the perfect romantic lover, is not more than the likelihood you will hit such a guy from your own local town. This character might be only reflecting the image of a middle-European man in the fantasies of western world. But again, I don't think the producers cared about anything other then trying to shoot the most corny film ever.


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