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Another Woman(1988)

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  • another woman

    • kevin sellers
    • 9/28/16

    Another of this great director's thankfully infrequent efforts to do a Bergman movie. As I watched this plodding film, with dialogue that ranged from pretentious to banal, and trite motifs like the Eric Satie music to let us know that we're dealing with Art here, I kept asking myself the question that I'm sure has been raised many times before about this work: Why should I watch half ass Bergman when I can get the real deal from the dour Swede himself? Why subject myself to a wonderful film maker's bottom drawer that perversely denies us a large part of what makes him so great, namely his humor? It's kinda nutty, don't you think? Like Babe Ruth deciding to play the 1926 World Series as a contact hitter. Anyway, there are some great performances, as you would expect with actors of the calibre of Gena Rowlands, Ian Holm, Gene Hackman, Sandy Dennis, and Blythe Danner. If it weren't for them this film would be well nigh intolerable. As it is it's just mediocre. So let's give it a C. P.S. With the exception of "Midnight In Paris" there has never been a great Woody Allen film without Woody Allen in the cast.

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    • don letta
    • 9/27/16

    I can't tell if Allen was honoring Bergman or ridiculing him. Interiors in my opinion was his darkest comedy, Another Woman is less so, but still... such elegant angst... possibly too Scandinavian for American sensibilities? Maybe a nod to our pretensions, his Bergman period was one I would like to speak to him about over a bottle of good wine (not likely to happen). I must admit his neurotic Jewishness is what tickles my funny bone, followed closely by his reverence films... Paris, Barcelona, New York.Another Woman boasts a great cast and production values, not to mention scoring and photography, but it ends up unsatisfying because of the scrim he builds between audience and viewer. Does anyone really care about any of these people? The awkward narration didn't help... even by Gena Rowlands.

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