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'The Serpent's Kiss' is a semi-shakespearean romp with some interesting surprises.
A very unique movie. Definitely not my fave Ewan McGregor movie but it was good nonetheless.
Whoah well if you can bare the heaving chests and swelling bosoms this plot thickens and thickens until you can feel the air leaving the room. Greta Sacchi(infact the whole cast) is suited so well to this role I was chilled and took the plot hook line and sinker........... sexual politics not for the naive... ouch burnies!
Starring a YOUNG Ewan MacGregor. Vaguely reminiscent of "The Draughtman's Contract" but without the sex.
mmmmmmmmmmmmmm zzzzzzzzzzzzz mmmmmmmmmm
Kinda a strange movie. I liked the part where he runs into the woods. ;-)
The best part is when Ewan is running through the field stripping. That's worth watching over and over and over. The movie itself? Not worth anything but the intial viewing.
Why does Ewan look like that on the cover when he looked nothing like that in the movie? Than the synopsis sucks, it's a little twisted film about this nutty gal and there's some cool info on how they used to treat psychosis
that synopsis sucks, it's a little twisted film about this nutty gal and there's some cool info on how they used to treat psychosis