The Romantic Englishwoman,(Une anglaise romantique) (1975)
Release Date: Nov 26, 1975 Wide
Average Rating: 3/5
User Ratings: 137
Tom Stoppard and Thomas Wiseman's intricate script for The Romantic Englishwoman credibly explores the notion that a writer can manipulate the people in his life as deftly as he can manipulate the characters in his imagination. The title character Elizabeth, played by Glenda Jackson, is the wife of Lewis (Michael Caine), a novelist. At this point in his life, Lewis thinks in nothing but literary terms: Elizabeth is vacationing in Europe alone, ergo she must be having an affair. Half out of
Nov 26, 1975 Wide
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Audience Reviews for The Romantic Englishwoman,(Une anglaise romantique)
- Thomas: The Englishwoman was the most romantic. All she wanted was everything.
- Isabel: People make too much of sex. It shouldn't be anything you leave home for.
- Lewis: The realm of possibility, What a terrible country. What if such and such were the case? What if the person you love is a liar?
- Lewis: It is very, very boring to seize on some commonplace idea, which no reasonable person would dispute, and then ram it down people's throats as if it were a breakthrough in the history of human thought. Furthermore, washing someone's dirty underpants is what you are best suited for.
- Herman: It's a psychological story about 'the new woman," you understand me?
- Lewis: Yes, I think its a very boring idea. It's pretentious and derivative, but mostly its boring Why don't you turn it into a thriller?
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