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What could have been an interesting spin on film noir is torpedoed by awkward performances, flat, self-serious direction, bad narration, and pages and pages of even worse poetry. It's hard to tell which poems were intentionally bad, and which ones were just plain bad. Those poor actors.
the first time girl on girl action managed to revolt. ok correction, the "married professor" was hardly a girl.
A film hot and cold. Hot, sure, for the sex and cold for the flowers of deceit.
Monkey meet Claire of the Moon.
Echos the traditions of a film noir. Susie Porter plays private investigator Jill Fitzpatrick hired to find clues to the murder of a young girl who(at the time) went to poetry sessions. Porter's character falls in love with a suspect (Kelly McGillis) who happens to be a teacher of poetry. The film has a decent amount of titilation but the narrative stays together and I really admired Susie Porter's performance. "The Monkey's Mask" sort of drags and sometimes the film does feel like it wants to focus more on titilation rather then the heart of the story and it's characters. Nonetheless, TM'sM is not a long film and goes by fast, it's shot really well and for what it's worth, kept me somewhat interested.
an interesting and low key film based on the book of poems by Dorothy Porter, about the murder of a young female poet.
Susie Porter and Kelly McGillis have little rapport in their love scenes together but this adds to the mistrust between their characters.
The twist at the end was reasonable enough
Ok, so I only watched this because Marton Csokas is in it, but it's quite good actually.
Aussie lesbian film with Kelly McGillis and an appealing young Aussie actress with disturbingly hairy 'pits!! It's a private eye crime thriller, with hairy woman trying to find a missing girl, whose English professor (McGillis) catches her eye and before you know it they're bonking! As soon as Marton Csokas turns up, it should be obvious where the film is going, but the Sydney setting is nice, McGillis is knocking on, but looking better than in her recent L Word turn. Story is so-so and sadly conforms to the evil/dead lesbian cliche, but it's sort of fun.
Despite people giving this poor reviews, I really enjoyed this movie. Kelly McGillis is amazing. The most shocking thing about it is the extremely bad poetry throughout and the use of the C word every 5 minutes.
Can you believe this movie isn't available on netflix? The acting is fantastic! Susie Porter and Kellie McGillis have sex in this movie.