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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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And While We Were Here - brief
25 October 2014 | by See all my reviews

Troubled couple arrive in Naples and settle in. He to play viola for concerts, she to work on WWII novel / memoir. Gorgeous settings of isle of Ischia, offset by serious, depressing tone of a husband and wife who can no longer communicate with each other. She meets a 19 year old, still very boyish, reckless and full of youthful energy. He comes off as initially annoying, and I cannot say he grew on me, but I did get accustomed to him. The plot meanders around as the young wife (Kate Bosworth - quite good here) broods much of the time. Much of her story is internal, thinking and rethinking, about her situation and possibilities. All the time, she is listening to recordings of her grandmother, recalling her own youth. "Chick flick" might resonate more with female viewers.


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