Third Person Synopsis
Three love stories set in different cities explore the beginning, middle and end of a relationship.
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Movie Reviews

Loved it

By lesly130
I don't understand all the critical reviews! Beautifully told and brilliantly acted. And not hard to figure out....

Third Person

By marilynnepryor
Depressing and difficult to follow. But very well acted. Might see it again to understand better....

Third Person

By magfussell
Despite the total confusion of what is real and not real ( and I won't tell now) the acting is superb. I was expecting a train wreck from what I've been reading, but only received a minor fender...

Disjointed and over ambitious

By lydiasmile
I didn't realize that this was the same maker of the movie " crash" a movie I didn't love. This film is over stylized and it's self too seriously. I also thought it was confusing....


By ballentine56
Great character study with surprisingly united themes...a good mox of tension...surprise..James Franco can act when he gets thw right property!! Mila Kunas aquits herself outstanding since House...a...

Three challenging stories in one movie...

By eliyahu108
I was involved throughout -- my only objection is that none of the stories ended up in a particularly happy way. But I guess that is what happens when there is "a third person." This movie is...

So glad we saw it!

By Dcymbr
Layered, complex, beautifully acted - this movie stays with you long after you walk out as you slowly digest this intense story. Like falling into a brilliant book....


By neums1
1)boring 2) disappointing 3) confusing. despite the reputable cast, I would not advise this movie. story line is confusing and still manages to fall flat....

Great show

By macosky
I loved it. Well worth the price....

An Alfred Hitchcock twist!

By Mthanus
Definitely the kind of movie that makes you want to see it again....

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Rated R | For Language and Some Sexuality/Nudity
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Good actors wasted in muddled mess with sex, language.
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