Possessed by love. Consumed by desire.
I could please you better than your husband ...
In some ways The Rake's Progress, this adaption of a famous novel struggles to connect with the audience. We follow a young man as he uses his power of seduction, the only thing he is really good at, to rise in Parisian society, by means of trysts with wealthy married women.
105 minutes , No persons under 16 (Sex, Nudity) Drama, Period piece, On the art circuit
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Robert Pattinson, Uma Thurman, Kristin Scott Thomas, Christina Ricci, Colm Meaney, Philip Glenister
Declan Donnellan, Nick Ormerod Screenplay Rachel Bennette, from the novel by Guy de Maupassant Music Lakshman Joseph de Saram, Rachel Portman Cinematography Stefano Falivene Editing Gavin Buckley, Masahiro Hirakubo Sound formats Dolby Digital Soundtrack Available
Made in 2012
Produced by Redwave Films, 19 Entertainment, Protagonist Pictures, Rai Cinema
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FPB Report (SA)
Language Isolated, with context, 'bastard'
Nudity Breast and buttock exposure, sexual context
Sex Suggestive, provocative, brief, strong
Violence Brief, moderate impact, within context
Drug abuse None
Comments A French period drama portraying one man's desire for success and wealth.
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Scale (Max) 20 South African Media
Cape Argus/The Star Debashine Thangevelo 5
Die Burger Paul Boekkooi 10
Cape Times David Rooney 5 International Media
ReelViews (USA) James Berardinelli 10
Rolling Stone (US) Peter Travers 8
Metacritic.com 25 critics 8
RottenTomatoes.com 86 critics 10
RottenTomatoes.com Tomatometer 5
Movie Review Query Engine (USA) MRQE critics 10
Movie Review Intelligence (USA) 30 critics 7
IMDB 8470 Netizens 11
Average .. 40% 8
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