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Passion of Mind (Widescreen)

Demi Moore , Eloise Eonnet , Alain Berliner    PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)   DVD
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful!! April 10 2004
Format:DVD
This movie is so lovely. I saw the DVD box at the video store.. saw Demi on the cover.. and thought I have to see it if Demi is starring in the movie. I was completely surprised. Such a thought provoking story line. I recommend it to all movie lovers. You will not be disapointed.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Passion of Mind...intoxicating June 17 2003
By Sara
Format:DVD
I found this film intoxicating; I'd never heard of it, and found if on Showtime. I liked the premise of the film. Is it possible to live two lives?? On in a dream and another "real"?????
The film was intertaining. The cinematography was nice, unique takes on ordinary scenes. I completely enjoyed the film, to the extent I own it now. I can watch it over and over.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Passion of Mind...intoxicating June 17 2003
By Sara
Format:DVD
I found this film intoxicating; I'd never heard of it, and found if on Showtime. I liked the premise of the film. Is it possible to live two lives?? On in a dream and another "real"?????
The film was intertaining. The cinematography was nice, unique takes on ordinary scenes. I completely enjoyed the film, to the extent I own it now. I can watch it over and over.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Passion of Mind...intoxicating June 17 2003
By Sara
Format:DVD
I found this film intoxicating; I'd never heard of it, and found if on Showtime. I liked the premise of the film. Is it possible to live two lives?? On in a dream and another "real"?????
The film was intertaining. The cinematography was nice, unique takes on ordinary scenes. I completely enjoyed the film, to the extent I own it now. I can watch it over and over.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Passion of Mind...intoxicating June 17 2003
By Sara
Format:DVD
I found this film intoxicating; I'd never heard of it, and found if on Showtime. I liked the premise of the film. Is it possible to live two lives?? On in a dream and another "real"?????
The film was intertaining. The cinematography was nice, unique takes on ordinary scenes. I completely enjoyed the film, to the extent I own it now. I can watch it over and over.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Passion of Mind...intoxicating June 17 2003
By Sara
Format:DVD
I found this film intoxicating; I'd never heard of it, and found if on Showtime. I liked the premise of the film. Is it possible to live two lives?? On in a dream and another "real"?????
The film was intertaining. The cinematography was nice, unique takes on ordinary scenes. I completely enjoyed the film, to the extent I own it now. I can watch it over and over.
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Format:DVD
This film got spanked righteously in the press and Demi Moore, leading lady, earned a Golden Raspberry (not a compliment) for starring in it.
But was this film as bad as the critics made it out to be? I certainly don't think so. While it is true the dialog was somewhat mundane and the leading men unsexy, the film really seemed to focus on the question of "what is reality?"
The premise of a woman who fragments her personality in her dreams to the point of psychotic delusion is fascinating. Fully functional when awake in either world, at first it is hard to tell which woman, New York Marty or Provence Marie, is the "real" one. But the director carefully controls the colors and temperature of the light. At first, Provence is sunny, warm and misty, New York is blue and cold. Even the skin tones of the actors change with the venue. But as Marty/Marie begins to integrate her personality, the colors shift in the cinematography. Moore is careful not to overact--her Marie or Marty is rather equivocal in her madness or sane-ness. Perhaps the critics wanted more ravings from her.
This is a cerebral film; no mad fugues with wild yelling and screaming and blood and guts. Instead, you have to see if you can psychoanalyse the fragmented mind of Marty/Marie and come up with a plausible explanation. If you get it right, you meet the end of the film with cries of "Ha, I knew it!" If you don't get it right, you get a pleasurable surprise. Either way, a fascinating psychological drama and well worth viewing.
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5.0 out of 5 stars My favorite movie July 2 2002
Format:DVD
This is a movie that keeps you guessing until the end. You don't know which life is real and which is the dream. There are only a few clues along the way. I found the entire movie, as well as the ending, to be very satisfying. Demi's clothes are gorgeous and the settings make you wish wish you were having such a dream (or reality).
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