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Five Moments of Infidelity (2006)

A true to life drama showing moments of infidelity across five different worlds in the same city; The carefree sexy young things, who think they have nothing to lose; The upwardly mobile ... See full summary »

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A true to life drama showing moments of infidelity across five different worlds in the same city; The carefree sexy young things, who think they have nothing to lose; The upwardly mobile thirty-something couple with perfect careers and family life; The gay pair with an open relationship; The frustrated urban duo hanging onto familiarity; and The suburban family full of secrets and lies about to lose it all. Written by Kate Gorman

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A sensual, true to life drama, watching infidelities and the diverse consequences they create across five different worlds in the same city.

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One of the Year's "Must See" Films!
27 September 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I had the good fortune to see "Five Moments of Infidelity" at The Rome International Film Festival earlier this year. I found it to be thought provoking and thoroughly entertaining. A marvelous cast and superb direction makes this believable and true-to-life story of human indiscretions a film not to miss.

As the film unfolded, I was struck by the realization that "Five Moments" is filled with characters whom everyone can relate to in a very personal way. The people and stories involved in the five vignettes are archetypal in nature: representing people in situations that we are all familiar with at some deep level of understanding, whether in a conscious way or not.

In the story, five seemingly unrelated subplots are gradually revealed to be intimately related and intertwined. A journey of interpersonal twists and turns, the film is, at times, quirky and funny, at others, poignant and sad. Considering the highly charged emotional content of the subject matter, how could a realistic depiction of infidelity be any other way? If you are a fan of great film, don't miss this one. It may just turn out to be the best film you've seen in a long, long time!


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