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Roman Polanski Gerard Brach John Brownjohn
Tonino Delli Colli
Hervé de Luze
Kristin Scott Thomas
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Outside Japan :Released:1992/07/12
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2016/04/30 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
by 墨汁一滴 (Skip) Provider: 21970 Host:21979 Browser: 1975(Mobile)
Romantic master of famous for "pianist of the battlefield" etc. It was a work of Director Polansky.
A luxury liner to Istanbul, Nigel traveling with a couple, a story begins in earnest from a place where I met Oscar of a writer riding a wheelchair one evening. Oscar talks out without being asked by anyone about severe love and sex life like burning with his wife Mimi. As he listened to the story every night, Nigel was attracted to Mimi 's father, Oscar' s wife, and was content that feels like ... and so on.
We announced problematic works such as "Rosemary's baby" and "Chinatown" that I have seen before a while, and even Sharon. Tate incidents, Polanski also known as a girl leaping run and private life Although it was a director, four years from "Frantic", it is probably the reason why he was said to be a wonderful person, making a sensual love story that makes such a creepy thing.
Despite being overwhelmed by severe sexual depictions, including SMs scattered throughout the whole story, there was something that was gradually pulled into the story at the same time.
I was surprised when he learned later that heroine Mimi who has a fascinating charm is a wife of Polansky's director.
2015/09/30 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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Directed by Roman Polansky.
A piece that expresses sexual expression like Polanski and madness.
Although it was quite long, I was able to see it without getting tired of the story intriguing Oscar 's talking interest.
Although there seems to be something a little unfolding is unfamiliar, I wonder if it is getting easier to see as a result of losing the tempo.
For those who like this work, Triya's "Ninfo Maniac" is recommended.