Passion (2013) Synopsis
The offices of a prominent multinational corporation is the setting for this story of a power struggle between two contemporary women.
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Brian De Palma is one of the great seducers of the cinema, and he proves it with Passion, a spellbinding thriller.
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Time Out New York

By Keith Uhlich
This is truly De Palma–ville, and the filmmaker’s remake of Alain Corneau’s tale of corporate bloodletting, "Love Crime" (2010), is a...
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De Palma is such a dazzling stylist that for most of Passion, you'll find it perfectly acceptable to let the visuals wash over you, paying...
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Slant Magazine

By Ed Gonzalez
Passion is a serpentine, gorgeously orchestrated gathering of all of De Palma's pet themes and conceits, a symphony of giddy terror where...
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By Eric Kohn
Passion simultaneously parodies its plot while elevating it to a strangely involving exercise in cinematic drama. The filmmaker has either...
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The Dissolve

By Noel Murray
The movie is one long game of misdirection, playing tricks on viewers from scene to scene, and showing how easy it is to steer a crowd into...
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The Playlist

De Palma’s heart ultimately doesn’t feel fully in this film. What Passion is lacking is, ironically, some passion.
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New York Post

By Lou Lumenick
A campy erotic thriller that’s seriously short of, well, passion.
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Movie Nation

By Roger Moore
DePalma flirts with the lurid and tosses in some interesting third act surprises, but never finds his way back to the sexually charged tone...
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By Justin Chang
Clearly, Passion means to be a hoot, a wet-dream thriller for cinephiles. But by the time it reaches its overwrought final act, the picture...
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Like a train wreck

By love_is_blonde_3
... So bad but can't stop watching. Don't waste your time; this is worse than a cheap Lifetime movie......

Brian DePalma??

By nvalant
Went to this hoping to see something similar to "Dressed to Kill". About half way through I asked my friend "Do you think it's going to get any better?" And should of left then. It never got better....

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Rated R | For Sexual content, language and some violence