Re: DDL's compelling characters

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Posted by Christina on September 16, 2000 at 19:27:02:

In Reply to: Re: DDL's compelling characters posted by Chris on September 15, 2000 at 22:41:28:

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: : : Linda,
: : : I sure liked My Favorite Launderette; have seen it several times; but then Marcia and I do have different opinions of this movie! The Unbearable Lightness of Being....(Isn't that it, Marcia instead of "Incredible"?) (And you call yourself a loyal DDL fan! HA!) - now, after the first 3 hours of it; I was having trouble trying to figure out WHY the movie was made; but overall, do remember it fondly as an indredible movie! (But doubt I could sit that long again...). It's worth checking out if you have all night. DDL is definitely easy on the eye!

: : : Jo

: : Incredible, unbearable...what's the difference. It was a long, boring movie! (And Vince thinks The English Patient was boring~hah!) Jo, much as I hate to admit it, you caught me. I guess I just hate the thing so much, my mind played a trick on me! But you are's UNBEARABLE!! And I mean that in the WORST POSSIBLE way!! :^P

: : MMMMarcia

: Hi Marcia,
: I do like the movie, but I've found it much nicer if you watch just the first part until Juliette moves to Prague, and then skip over it until the tanks roll. I love the last two hours.
: Try it. It might give you a whole new perspective on the movie.
: Chris

Ah ha! I knew something was beckoning me to the board even though I have beaucoups of stuff to do...a DDL mention! Let's not forget "In the Name of the Father,"where our Hero plays the unjustly imprisoned Gerry Conlon. I just watched that again this afternoon (after getting my order posthaste through the Mohicanland press link...) and that is just an amazing movie! You almost can't believe it's the same guy who is in Age of Innocence and all his other films. He so completely becomes the character...and even with the fish white prison skin he is also totally easy on the eye!

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