An American photographer runs into an old flame while on assignment in Paris. –IMDb
The Polish Brothers are two filmmakers named Mark Polish and Michael Polish. They began their film career with the 1999 Sundance debut of their first feature, Twin Falls Idaho. The identical twin siblings wrote, directed and starred in the tale of conjoined twins. Sony Pictures Classics bought the rights for theatrical distribution of the film, which Janet Maslin of The New York Times said had “style, gravity and originality to spare.”
In 2000, the Polish Brothers followed up Twin Falls with Jackpot. The story of a deluded karaoke singer (Jonathan Gries) on a tour of American dive-bars. It won the 2001 Independent Spirit John Cassavetes Award and the 2001 Seattle International Film Festival New American Cinema Award. The film was distributed theatrically by Sony Pictures Classics.
In 2002, the brothers were offered the opportunity to make a mainstream film. Instead, they began to put together the independent film Northfork. When financing collapsed days before principal… read more
It was so beautiful and aesthetic that I'm confused whether to give it a 4 or a 5. Beauty can be very misleading, especially the beauty of love. I got shivers down my spine and teared up during some scenes. No matter how cliche it was, it moved me. Seems like the beauty wins here and I'll have to go with a 5.
it does feel like an extended ad for Calvin Klein perfume/cologne, but the intimacy between the two characters is pretty well done, and the jump cuts add to a sense of surrealism of time passing by so quickly as the two lovers are lost in each other. Its pretty aware of itself as an indulgent, romantic film. i'd probably watch it again
“For Lovers Only” is a movie which makes you want to watch it again and again. Beautifully told love story of two former lovers whose paths unexpectedly cross in Paris. The film is black and white… read review
This is a must see movie for everyone who appreciates a high quality cinematography. It represents the beauty of filmmaking at its very best..I love the sceneries, the music, the black&white coloring… read review
Mark Polish told, this movie is not about falling in love, but being in love – with all the beauties, miracles, pains and sacrifices. I could use big words, but those are not necessary – this was the… read review