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Jordan's cool remove captures the unease beneath formal manners but never warms into intimacy during the scenes between the lovers, even while Fiennes and Moore almost explode in repressed emotions, their faces cracking under their masks of civility and their resolve shaking through jittery body language. There's more thought than feeling behind this collision of passion and spirituality, but it's a sincere, richly realized portrait of ennui and rage against God energized by brief moments of shattering drama. --Sean Axmaker
By looking at her torment, we see another love triangle present in the story, and that is the one between herself, God, and Bendrix.
Hollywood, however, in recent years despises anti-heroes and could not bring itself to make a villain out of Morris, played by Ralph Fiennes, as had Greene.
Based on a Graham Greene novel, the film achieves far greater intellectual and emotional depth than this skeletal outline would indicate.
The End of the Affair is based on the novel by Graham Greene.
Maurice Bendrix is the narrator in the film. Read more
Ok I wanted to see this film long time ago but I couldn't find it anywhere so I decided to look for it here and buy it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by sara zonana
Love this movie. Arrived quickly and in good shape, thank you, good price too.Published 3 months ago by cactusgal
Slow moving but classic performances from Ralph Fiennes and Julianne Moore with Stephen Rea as the tortured husband losing his wife to his friend. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sekhar Raha
Very predictable and boring. Disappointing because I love the cast.Published 4 months ago by Melissa Brandenburg