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Lolita 1998

From Amazon: Humbert Humbert, a British professor coming to the US to teach, rents a room in Charlotte Haze's house, but only after he sees her 14-year-old daughter, Dolores (Lolita), to whom he is immediately attracted. Though he hates the mother, he marries her as this is the only way to be close to the girl, who will prove to be too mature for her age. They start a journey together, trying to hide they're not just (step)father and daughter, throughout the country, being followed by someone whom Humbert first suspects to be from the police. The profound jealousy, and maybe some guilt from the forbidden love, seem slowly to drive the man emotionally labile. (read more)

Directed By:
No image existsAdrian Lyne
Written By:
No image existsStephen Schiff
Jeremy IronsJeremy Irons
Melanie GriffithMelanie Griffith
Frank LangellaFrank Langella
Dominique SwainDominique Swain
No image existsSuzanne Shepherd
No image existsKeith Reddin
No image existsErin J. Dean
No image existsBen Silverstone

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Lolita Movie Review by Xavier (3/18/2007)

Lolita is technically a love story. Albiet a disturbing, slightly scary and painful love story. Not always comfortable viewing, certainly not the sort of film you would want to watch to lighten the mood but a well maid film nontheless.

The quality of the performances are superb, Jeremy Irons portraying the angst and...

(complete Lolita review by Xavier)

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