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The Dreamers

Rated NC-17 for explicit sexual content.

NC-17 116min.
 
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Veteran Italian filmmaker Bernardo Bertolucci directs the erotic drama The Dreamers, adapted from the novel The Holy Innocents: A Romance by Gilbert Adair. Read More
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October 07, 2012
rbadbob0
Visual stunning as an offbeat type of movie with interpersonal realationships among the three key actotrs.. Soundtrack music carries the film throughout with various Hendrix tunes and other 60's music. A Hip film with unbridled nudity as to the sister played by Eva Green. The clips of the old movie references makes the film more interesting. The movie does suffer an abrupt ending wondering what
October 17, 2011
jandchamill
Great movie...young naive American in Paris being taught by two french people.

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