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And While We Were Here (2012)

R | | Drama | 13 August 2013 (USA)
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While working on a writing project on the island of Ischia, a married woman (Bosworth) enters into an affair with a younger man.

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While working on a writing project on the island of Ischia, a married woman (Bosworth) enters into an affair with a younger man.

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Rated R for some sexual content, language and brief drug use | See all certifications »

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Kate Bosworth has heterochromia, a genetic anomaly causes two different iris colors, and it is visible in this movie. She normally wears contacts to correct the color. See more »

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CalebJane: You make me nervous.
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Referenced in Listen Up Philip (2014) See more »

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meh........
25 August 2013 | by See all my reviews

i often wondered how a lousy and deadbeat screenplay would be realized and okay-ed by the production people(the investors) to go ahead, and this film is right on the money and a living example of what i've just said. from the very beginning of the brain-dead film. the man and the woman both did a horrible acting, holding books in their hands, but their eyes never moved between lines. they were just holding the books without any believable acting. then the incident when they were wrongly brought to an address and the woman found her wallet was missing. well, if it was the man who's paying the taxi fee, she got no reason to roam in her purse. then the unreasonable response of the taxi driver was also over re-acted. and when she found that she lost her purse, again, she didn't react as the average people who just found out that they had lost their credit cards, their cash and whatsoever. it's just like either it happened very often or she couldn't care less, there was no normal anxiety, agitation, upset emotions showed in her body language, facial expressions and her voice. she was so calm and so unbelievably cool. her stupid acting was never corrected by the stupid and blind director. then scene after scene, every sentence of the stupid dialog just kept floating up one after another, and the poor acting of the female main character and everybody involved in this stupid and bore-to-death film simply never improved and never corrected. i was like watching a bunch of dead fish in a fish tank all afloat on top of the water, no nothing, just a big Nada!


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