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It's brilliant work. Read full review
The entire film is shot in split screen. Each of the unnamed characters is photographed separately in their own slice of space, the images sutured together with a purposeful imperfection, with occasional overlap and rare moments of union. It gives them the appearance of dancing around one another, almost touching but never getting past the years of emotional scar tissue, even as they work their way to her hotel room. Read full review
The fine acting and sexy chemistry between Bonham Carter and Eckhart make it work. Read full review
For once, the gimmick is a perfect reflection of the characters. Read full review
A smart, sexy romantic drama, directed within an inch of its life by Hans Canosa. Read full review
The charm of Conversations With Other Women, a gimmicky but oddly moving two-character drama that flies in from who knows where, is its intelligentknowingness. Read full review
This minor relationship picture comes and goes, but her (Carter's) performance lingers. Read full review
That the movie holds viewers' attention despite its contrivances is a testament to the script and acting. Read full review
Witty and articulate but the continual editing devices can distract from the momentum. Read full review
Theirs is an affair not worth remembering. Read full review
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