Two Deaths Reviews

  • Aug 13, 2016

    Heavily dialogue drivened film, of passion, obsession and stupidity. Almost feel like a play.

    Heavily dialogue drivened film, of passion, obsession and stupidity. Almost feel like a play.

  • Jul 08, 2014

    The acting is mostly good, and the story ended up being pretty interesting, but Roeg does it no favours, with some unforgivably ugly production values and pretty much no trace of his stylistic trademarks (apart from the brief montage at the end). This could have been directed by any hack TV director and it would have come out essentially the same.

    The acting is mostly good, and the story ended up being pretty interesting, but Roeg does it no favours, with some unforgivably ugly production values and pretty much no trace of his stylistic trademarks (apart from the brief montage at the end). This could have been directed by any hack TV director and it would have come out essentially the same.

  • Aug 04, 2011

    I loved the earlier work by Nicolas Roeg, unfortunately by mid-90's he appears to be a shadow of former self. The story itself is not bad, but the movie feels heavy handed and looks like a low-budget TV production.

    I loved the earlier work by Nicolas Roeg, unfortunately by mid-90's he appears to be a shadow of former self. The story itself is not bad, but the movie feels heavy handed and looks like a low-budget TV production.

  • Aug 03, 2009

    Dinner party ensues while revolution rages outside. Most of the chatter revolves around the absurd relationship between the owner and housekeeper; explained as 'passion'. A far cry from Roeg's THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH.

    Dinner party ensues while revolution rages outside. Most of the chatter revolves around the absurd relationship between the owner and housekeeper; explained as 'passion'. A far cry from Roeg's THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH.

  • Jun 09, 2008

    Stay far away (and I offer this advice even to diehard Roeg fans) from this pile. The performances are fine, but the script is dreadful and the whole thing is forced, forced, forced.

    Stay far away (and I offer this advice even to diehard Roeg fans) from this pile. The performances are fine, but the script is dreadful and the whole thing is forced, forced, forced.

  • Apr 27, 2008

    If anyone has ever questioned Michael Gambon's acting abilities, they haven't seen "Two Death". Sometimes feels like watching a stage production, this dark, dark, dark tale is carried by the complexity that is Michael Gambon. Not for all tastes but worth a look.

    If anyone has ever questioned Michael Gambon's acting abilities, they haven't seen "Two Death". Sometimes feels like watching a stage production, this dark, dark, dark tale is carried by the complexity that is Michael Gambon. Not for all tastes but worth a look.

  • Feb 11, 2008

    This is a real hidden gem. So much so that I had to get it entered into the flixster data bank. An excellent script and great acting as well as a heart-breaking story of obsession.

    This is a real hidden gem. So much so that I had to get it entered into the flixster data bank. An excellent script and great acting as well as a heart-breaking story of obsession.

  • Feb 23, 2006

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