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Hamilton's monologue is probably the best-written of the ten, the finest balanced including deep humiliation with a willingness to confide this without resorting to bathos. Most I found merely self-conscious and stagy with a tinny theatricality that made the person speaking sound so forced and unconnected to reality that I lost contact. This happened especially in Pena's long, drab monologue about a distinctly unhappy marriage. Why Garcia felt the need to stretch this one out like he did I have no idea, but I finally fast-forwarded (turns out I was two seconds from the end of it anyway) and got to Baker's which restored some freshness and balance and gave a better ending to the proceedings (it's wonderful to see an actor with the skill and confidence of Baker simply step into the role and wear it instantly with a minimum of fuss and affectation (certainly one of Ms. Unger's problems)). I don't know if Garcia has a problem with marriage, relationships, or women, but he has an axe to grind somewhere. He has done other ensemble pieces with some of the same women. It seems to be his specialty.Read more ›
Video quality poor; sound mediocre.
Overall depressing waste of time and money...even at a used price.
Skip it..."nothing going on here."
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I liked the idea of this film. Ten women talking straight into the camera, about their experiences in love. For me, it didn't work, though. Read morePublished on November 6, 2013 by Promise
I Thought I was watching actual interviews but found that the whole thing was an written story. I find the style unique and refreshing. Read morePublished on September 14, 2005 by Momoko