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Which makes watching this movie like reading a book.
Made for almost nothing, Whit Stillman's lovely first film from 1990 demonstrates that the pleasures of film can lie in dialogue as well as in images in motion.
We are introduced to a group of individuals who love to discuss socio-economics, literary discussions, politics and the life of young adults.
Sorry to say, this movie was Dull, Boring, no real story. Stopped if half way. half hour later, turned it on again. Found myself asleep.Published 1 month ago by Selenia Giambrone
This wonderful film takes me back in time to a period in my life that was very special to me. Yes, I was a "preppy", although not an "UHB", but I loved the preppy... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Musa M. Abuwi
Whit Stillman's films live in a world--and a time--of their own. "Metropolitan" is a trenchantly witty take on the superficialities that grow like kudzu (an irrepressible southern... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rev. Gerald A. Stephens Jr.
Great movie about young smart people with insightful dialogues. Short on vampires, car chases and explosions. But hey, Hollywood is out there to fix demand for these itemsPublished 2 months ago by Bernardo
I was so looking forward to this movie...but I hated it! Story never went anywhere and the whole look of the movie was a disappointment to me. The worst part is the ending... Read morePublished 2 months ago by KChapman
Loved the movie when it came out. However, a shortcoming of the movie is the dialogue is hard to understand at times. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Robert Gilmore
The 1st film of Whit Stillman is nothing more than great conversation/dialog about the New York debutants and young men at Xmas time in the late 80's. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jefferson Brown
To be completely honest, there really isn't a whole lot that happens in METROPOLITAN. A young middle class man gets accidently swept up into a circle of upper class friends after... Read morePublished 5 months ago by tvtv3
We own this and the original in VHS. There are slight differences. Unless you are a Whit Stillman afficionado, you might not notice the DVD version misses a step here and there.Published 7 months ago by e.a.