You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger

You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger

           You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger
               Genre: Romance
               Family relationship, marital crisis, Cannes 2010, fortune teller
  The old men and the sex is cursed – it comes to misanthropy and the last convulsions of masculinity, can the U.S. novelist Philip Roth to leave at least still waiting for Woody Allen and then to know a companion at his side, who understands him. In general, Allen seems increasingly to the trips in relatively unfamiliar in fields such as Match Point left back on tried and tested, which hinted at last already in Whatever Works. You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger tells the story of the wealthy pensioner Alfie (Anthony Hopkins) that everything in the world simply does not want to grow old. Unfortunately, takes his wife Helena (Gemma Jones) on the sensitivities of the husband no consideration and talks of nothing else more. Until one day, Alfie had enough and divorced after four decades of marriage can be to the blond and lavish Naivchen Charmaine (Lucy Punch) to marry and impregnate them. Meanwhile, moves the abandoned wife of the suddenly youthful (and between ourselves plenty of ridiculous) Alfie in the care of a rather dubious fortune teller (Pauline Collins), which runs from now on with their predictions and with the aid of whiskey in more than homeopathic doses of the threads. And as if that were not enough to familial adversity, You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger also reported the difficulties of Alfies daughter Sally (Naomi Watts), whose marriage to the hapless writer Roy (Josh Brolin) is also not running optimally. And as an addition to the two equally beautiful and mysterious Indian woman (Freida Pinto feeds), the sky darkened and the legitimate daughter of the philanderer rapidly. Accustomed solid, humorous and ironic, with polished dialogue and a more than successful Cast Woody Allen’s new film offers no great surprises – apart from the moderate once esoteric undertones. On the red carpet of the Maestro made but (probably due to a cold, which got him quite windy on the Côte d’Azur) the impression that he had long since grown out of crises and self-doubt of his protagonist. Either this impression was only slightly depressed due to Allen’s daily condition, or the man is really getting old and tired. Just imagine what would happen if he would hang one day filmmaking on the nail – then you should probably think seriously about him. As it was, we still hope as many other films by and possibly again with him. (Michael Spiegel)
  Title: You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger Country of production: U.S., Spain Production year: 2010 Distribution: Concorde Film Distribution (# )

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