Lost Moment (1947)

Lost Moment


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It is said that Henry James' The Aspern Papers were inspired by the romance between Lord Byron and his mistress Claire Claremont, who in her dotage jealously guarded the poems written by Byron in her honor. In the film version of James' novel, The Lost Moment, the Clairemont character, renamed Juliana, is a blind, 105-year-old recluse, played with an abundance of age makeup by Agnes Moorehead (whose amazing cosmetic makeover was the subject of several magazine articles back in 1947). The plot of … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama
Directed By: ,
Written By: Leonardo Bercovici
On DVD: Jul 8, 2014



as Lewis Venable

as Tina Bordereau

as Juliana Bordereau

as Father Rinaldo

as Amelia

as Charles

as Pietro

as Vittorio

as Proprietor

as Storyteller

as Pretty Girl

as Pretty Girl

as Young Man

as Sketch Artist

as Young Man
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Critic Reviews for Lost Moment

All Critics (3) | Top Critics (2)

Full Review… | June 24, 2006
Time Out
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Full Review… | January 28, 2006
New York Times
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Too bad Gabel didn't direct another film--this one is brilliantly Gothic.

Full Review… | August 9, 2010
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Audience Reviews for Lost Moment


Atmospheric mood piece isn't for all tastes, Susan Hayward herself hated it and called it the Lost Hour and a Half, and while it's no classic it has a very good central performance by Susan as the tormented Tina. Cummings however is miscast, Charles Boyer would have been much better here. Agnes Moorehead is completely unrecognizable under very impressive makeup as the ancient aunt.

jay nixon

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