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I May Destroy You
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As far as I was concerned the emphasis was on the Rambling.
So close to a perfect movies in all regards, the acting, the direction, the production values, great story, and the tone and emotion are pitch perfect.
Beautifully acted, engaging story.
One of my all-time favorite films!
Dern is great. However, the movie attempts to be a straightforward character study but that is undermined by it's consistent tone problems.
The best movie ever made!
Basking in Southern nostalgia, Martha Coolidge's adaptation of Calder Willingham's novel about a naïf domestic help whose promiscuity unbosoms her deep-seated sense of of insecurity and unlovability is a mellowly bittersweet story of sexual innocence and debonair springtime inevitably withered.
Rambling Rose certainly has its individual moments. Rose unintentionally corrupting the two Hillyer men. Dern and Duvall's stellar performances. The point it makes about men controlling women. Unfortunately, Rose is an incredibly vexing character, and not is the way the movie intends. Are we supposed to be sad for her? Love her? The movie seems to want that, but I don't. Ultimately, it's a boring, sappy and pointless period drama.
La belleza retratada con precisión, además de una excelente historia, hacen de este filme una maravilla y un clásico de inicios de los años noventa. Otro acierto interpretativo del dueto Robert Duvall y Lukas Haas.