Critic Review - Entertainment Weekly

Lust, Caution wants us to feel the erotic ping of buttoned-up people ripping open those buttons, but too often it's the film's drama that's under wraps.

September 26, 2007 Full Review Source: Entertainment Weekly | Comments (4)
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Yi-Ting Wang

Eileen Chang took 40 years to keep revising this story. It is never only "a fast, tawdry, and voluptuous pulp." You must be a too busy film critics.

Sep 26 - 06:25 PM


Karl Schwabauer

I think you are mistaken about what the film wants us to feel. You seem to misunderstand the film and the cultural context.

Sep 26 - 06:31 PM

Agent Clarice

clarice agent

viewed in a perspective of thriller, you can never get into the essence of the film.

Sep 27 - 02:13 AM


Lisa Chen

Understand China, 1940s??? Gleiberman seems jealous that the film is "like a '40s Hollywood thriller ... wearing complicated hair ..."

Sep 27 - 04:12 PM

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