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Adore (perfect Mothers / Two Mothers)Naomi Watts and Robin Wright deliver riveting performances in Adore, a sensual and provocative drama about two lifelong friends who find unexpected happiness in relationships that cross the bounds of convention. An unpredictable tale of misguided love and a heartfelt celebration of the enduring nature of female friendship, Adore is the English-speaking directorial debut of Anne Fontaine. Set in an Australian seaside town, Adore establishes an aura of fable as it follows two women’s plunge into uncharted waters. Watts and Wright fearlessly engage with the physical and psychological components of the story, capturing the complex emotions and powerful desires driving their characters. Strong performances from Xavier Samuel and James Frecheville complement Watts and Wright. Adore radiates with intoxicating sensuality while exploring the intricacies of love, family, morality and passion.Keywords:
Actors of "Adore (perfect Mothers / Two Mothers)"
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Directors of "Adore (perfect Mothers / Two Mothers)"Anne FontaineBirthdate: 15 July 1959, Luxembourg
Creators of "Adore (perfect Mothers / Two Mothers)"Anne FontaineBirthdate: 15 July 1959, LuxembourgChristopher HamptonBirthdate: 26 January 1946, Faial, Açores, Portugal
Critic Reviews of "Adore (perfect Mothers / Two Mothers)"Time OutOctober 10, 2013
With its soap-operatic performances, bonkbuster plotline and sparkling seafront setting, all 'Adore' really lacks is a cameo from Alf StewartMiami HeraldSeptember 19, 2013
This isn't an Oedipus complex. This is a Preposterous complex.Boston GlobeSeptember 12, 2013
Cast actresses with the skills that Naomi Watts and Robin Wright bring, give their obliviously icky story some arthouse visual lyricism, and you've got "Adore."RogerEbert.comSeptember 07, 2013
Adore is, as my late mother would say in describing Sidney Sheldon novels, good trash.TheWrapSeptember 06, 2013
An exceedingly silly, sun-baked sex movie, the kind of import that adds just enough brains to its genitals to get into U.S. arthouses. (In the '70s, the mothers would have been played by Laura Antonelli and Sylvia Kristel.)Impulse GamerJanuary 19, 2014
This film needed serious judgment: someone to rewrite the underwritten draft of the script and to have a firmer opinion on these terribly unappealing characters3AWNovember 21, 2013
There's more depth and feeling to the admittedly provocative premise of this twisted sexual drama than you might expect...It's the excoriating payoff to the story that makes Adoration a cautionary tale with a major sting.QuickflixNovember 18, 2013
The worst part of Adoration was when I returned to my car and had to pay for my parking, realising that the awfulness of the movie actually took a quantifiable toll on my life: 111 minutes, and $8.50.The Sunday AgeNovember 17, 2013
Viewed again, far from the madding crowd and general hoo-ha of Sundance, it stands up much better than expected.Urban CinefileNovember 14, 2013
Their world seems to hover between their own fantasy and the castrated culture which Fontaine creates. A nothingness envelops them
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