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The Age of Innocence(1934)

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  • The Age of Innocence

    • Kay
    • 11/21/17

    It was a treat to see Irene Dunne in this movie. I think of her more in her funny light-hearted roles . She was so elegant, sophisticated, and restrained in this performance which I loved. I also liked John Boles, just because I like him in general. Such a sweet and bittersweet romantic movie.

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    • kevin sellers
    • 10/12/17

    Perfectly respectable production of Edith Wharton's second best novel (after "House Of Mirth"). Can't hold a carriage lamp to Scorsese's 1993 remake, though, with the possible exception of Irene Dunne who almost makes one forget Michelle Pfeiffer. Can't say the same for stiff John Boles in relation to the best actor of the 1990s, Daniel Day Lewis, or the painfully melodramatic Laura Hope Crews compared to the iron fist inside the velvet glove that is Winona Ryder. And Scorsese's elegant, sinuous, sensual direction blows away the stodgy camera of Philip Moeller who mostly worked on the stage and it shows. Solid C.

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