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The Comfort of Strangers 1990

From Amazon: Based on a creepy Ian McEwan novel, this Paul Schrader film stars Natasha Richardson and Rupert Everett as a married couple who find their marriage sliding into a morass of tedium. To reignite it, they visit Venice, where they fall under the spell of an urbane older couple, played by Christopher Walken (in one of his most chillingly insinuating roles) and Helen Mirren (who seems to be more his crippled acolyte than his wife). British reserve forces the younger couple to be polite to these strange birds, but increased exposure to them through coincidental meetings gradually pulls them into their deadly orbit. Adapted by Harold Pinter, it's a...

Directed By:
No image existsPaul Schrader
Written By:
No image existsHarold Pinter
Christopher WalkenChristopher Walken
No image existsNatasha Richardson
No image existsRupert Everett
No image existsHelen Mirren

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The Comfort of Strangers Movie Review by BillyBob (6/10/2010)

While vacationing in Venice, Robert and Mary, a young, estranged, English couple, are befriended by an oddly eccentric local going by the name of Colin.

Without wasting a moment, Colin takes his new found friends to dinner, plies them with wine, and, then, without batting an eye, proceeds to tell them, in great detail,...

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