Sight and Sound - 12/01/2010
"Because the dialogue, more specifically its narration, is powerfully written and well acted, its profanity still packs a wallop..."
From Henry Miller's widely banned novel of 1934 about blatantly promiscuous expatriates in '30s Paris. Director Strick strangely transports the novel to Paris of the late '60's, leaving Rip Torn looking a little confused.
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