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Birth 2004


description written by member Zara:

A woman becomes convinced that a ten year old boy is the reincarnation of her dead husband.

Release Date:November 3rd, 2004
MPAA Rating:R
Running Time:100 minutes
Directed By:
Jonathan GlazerJonathan Glazer
Written By:
Jonathan GlazerJonathan Glazer
No image existsJean-Claude Carriere
No image existsMilo Addica
Starring:
Nicole KidmanNicole Kidman
Cameron BrightCameron Bright
Danny HustonDanny Huston
No image existsLauren Bacall
No image existsArliss Howard
Peter StormarePeter Stormare
No image existsAlison Elliott
No image existsAnne Heche
No image existsTed Levine
No image existsCara Seymour
No image existsNovella Nelson
No image existsZoe Caldwell
No image existsMichael Desautels
No image existsScott Johnsen
No image existsJoe M. Chalmers

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Birth Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie (3/20/2007)

A really messed up idea for a movie. Say a ten year old boy claims to be living with the soul of a late 30's woman's husband. Say he is really really convincing. Say she begins to believe. Say this movie becomes really disturbing really fast. The bathtub scene is just too far in my opinion.

This film tries to be art,...

(complete Birth review by Jessica Film Junkie)


Birth Movie Review by nilo (1/11/2005)

The opening mesmerizing poetic shot that shows Sean jogging through a snow-covered track in Central Park fits well for an ambitious tale of obssesive love with supernatural undertone. If you look closely as Sean jogs he leaves no footprints on the snowy ground. Sean seems detached from his reality but his effort to step...

(complete Birth review by nilo)



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