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  1. Bram Vroonland's rating of the film Deep End

    I wasn't overly impressed with Deep End. Even though I like eroticism I prefer it to be a bit more obscure and less blatant. Additionally the storyline felt a bit all over the place, even though the message was clear (in part due to the very basic symbolism).

  2. Jason's rating of the film Deep End

    1970 London subjected to the gaze of the very, very Polish muckraker. This is a landscape (physical and spiritual) well-suited to such an assessment. The photography and production design are supremely arresting. The sense of play and risk are intoxicating. But above all this is one of modern cinema's greatest triumphs just in terms of the basic conception and execution of human situations. Epochal masterpiece.

  3. Terri Wise's rating of the film Deep End

    Skolimowski! Deep End is disturbing and marvelous.

  4. FISCHER's rating of the film Deep End

    Etonnant ! www.cinefiches.com

  5. Adam Whybray's rating of the film Deep End

    Drinking game: drink whenever criminal activity is committed. I love this film. Sly social commentary and over-determined symbolism. As vicious, in its own way, as Zappa's 'We're Only In It For The Money' as a document of the times. Beautiful pop-art colours too. Emotionally I've been both Mike and Susan in the same relationship. Watch this film young in life to avoid the same mistakes.

  6. Tatami's rating of the film Deep End

    The people in this are bordering on sociopathy, no one really engages with the other successfully and if they attempt to it's usually through hate and manipulation, everything is projected desires. Even then, you get a feel that they're all utterly solipsistic.

  7. Wee Hunk's rating of the film Deep End

    "What free love is free of, is love." It's a crime that this film was out of circulation for so long. They did a great job with the restoration.

  8. Patrick Sheard's rating of the film Deep End

    An encephalographic foray into sexual desires as cinema - diegesis as orgasm.

  9. Arf's rating of the film Deep End

    un finale incredibile

  10. Giacomo Confortin's rating of the film Deep End

    Il daltonismo e i vent'anni che ho sciupano un po' questa potenza di violenza sensuale.

  11. Aaken's rating of the film Deep End

    A child of the late 60's, the sexual revolution and the waning swinging London, Deep End is now a cult film, a gem of pop culture, but also the precursor for auteurs like Gus Van Sant or Larry Clarke in its exploration of teenage psychological and sexual turmoils.

  12. noice's rating of the film Deep End

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bdNzYBlMil4

  13. Isidor Faust's rating of the film Deep End

  14. Beau de Jour's rating of the film Deep End

  15. Andrew Miller's rating of the film Deep End

    Leaves a bitter, metallic aftertaste.

  16. Blue Roses's rating of the film Deep End

  17. FrankBooth's rating of the film Deep End

  18. Joshua's rating of the film Deep End

  19. Milos Mijakovac's rating of the film Deep End

  20. nein's rating of the film Deep End

    It's immediately become one of my favourite movies. This humorous and tricky coming-of-age drama is cheeky, surprising and weird. I'm going to rewatch... more than once.

  21. Pymo's rating of the film Deep End

  22. John Roecker's rating of the film Deep End

    A Brilliant Film. From the acting to the direction this film is flawless.

  23. Jon's rating of the film Deep End

    Flawed, but brilliantly, magnetically alive. Pair this one with Malle's "Murmur of the Heart" for a double feature of adolescent male sexuality untethered.

  24. Lucky Luciano's rating of the film Deep End

    This film oozes so much 70's sleaze, at first I thought it was written by Jimmy Saville, and the occasional crotch shots of Jane Asher seem to make the filmmakers accomplices to the milieu they're presenting. John Moulder-Brown plays his character with what at times seems a complete lack of talent and at others serendipitous brilliance, resulting in a character that's adorably psychopathic.

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