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The story involves a young DJ (Jamie Lee Curtis, in her best performance) who, losing her mom to illness and unable to connect with her verbally abusive father, finds mysterious love letters that reveal her mother had an affair while married.
Curtis dreams of having the same type of all consuming love and gets her chance when she begins a relationship with a married photographer. But once she sees the man with his wife and children she feels extreme gulit and self-doubt. Is she doing the right thing?
This is a wonderful little film that seemed to go unnoticed when originally released. Curtis bares her soul (and breasts) and the result is an entirely well-rounded character that viewers will love and relate to. Very though-provoking, this film asks some uneasy questions.
While the plot is highly interesting, it often moves too slow. Besides, it has some great scenes; yet, it has some unnecessary scenes. The unnecessary storylines, which do not relate to the overall film theme, often distract from the main theme. However, the romance and sex scenes are as enticing as they should be. They give this film the added rapture that stays interesting. The intensity places itself in areas that keep this film suspenseful. Sometimes, those scenes were placed in the unnecessary ones. Every interesting aspect contains its own spice that never fades through multiple viewings.
The best aspect of "Love Letters" is Jamie Lee Curtis's performance. Though all actors in this film perform well, she gives this film the added individual emotion thoughout. She even gives the slow moving scenes the added glare. After being hailed as a "horror movie queen", she proves that she's mastered the art of hardcore drama.
"Love Letters" will have mixed reactions, but it'll surely be remembered for a long time afterwards. Every fan of Curtis should own this film.
This is only one of two movies that I know of where Jamie does a couple of nude scenes.
There doesn't seem to be much care in the quality of the lighting while filming. This was my biggest gripe.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Where do I start? this underrated gem of a movie is one of the finest examples of a so called chick flick with heart and soul and very intelligent. A very touching film indeed.Published on January 31, 2014 by Joey T
Okay guys just for your information, there is no original version on DVD or VHS as they as you already know are edited versions and probably due to the time it was made, was pretty... Read morePublished on March 27, 2013 by doug mcvey
Have you ever seen this movie before? I hadn't, until it arrived. I'm happy to add it to my collection. Thanks guys!Published on January 10, 2013 by Mountains
PERFECT, PERFECT, PERFECT. EVERYTHING WAS EXACTLY AS ADVERTISED. THE SERVICE WAS FAST WITH THE PRODUCT ARRIVING WELL WITHIN THE DELEVERY DATE. ONLY COMMENT, "PERFECT".Published on November 5, 2012 by KEI
Sometimes you watch a movie because of a good story line, and "Love Letters" has a good story line. Other times you want to see a woman with an extraordinary body naked, like Jaime... Read morePublished on December 30, 2011 by BH
A poor quality re-release of the Roger Corman B-movie, "Love Letters". Either this version has been extensively edited or the legendary nude scenes have been vastly overrated. Read morePublished on March 8, 2009 by Earl F. Gilbert