Well, it's only taken 3 years for someone to agree with your post. Yes, Cybill Sheppard was cringe-worthy in this film. I couldn't believe how bad she was. It was like she was reading lines for the first time -- or not even that good. And compared to the wonderfully natural acting of the other 5 principles, she just clunked up the scenes she was in. Still, it's a great film about a difficult subject: relationships. Highly recommend it. First time through, I was like, "what's the big deal and why did I spend so much for this DVD." Second time through it was, Ooooh, I get it. Third time through, I was just amazed how the screenwriter captured the nuances of relationships/marriage, the ups and downs. But every time through, Cybill just remained a big clunk getting in the way. So ignore her and enjoy the rest of it.
I bought this movie over 10 years ago and I still love it.
cause it's a great movie............well about marry people.
i really enjoyed it especially the young couple.......... i think MARY STUART MASTERSON is a very underrated actress.
VICTIMS........ AREN'T WE ALL?(the crow)
I thought it was a good film. It's more unknown due to the fact it was owned by Orion at the time they were going bankrupt, and sat on the shelf for I believe YEARS before it was finally put out there.
A shame - it's a nice little movie.
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I bought this years ago, when videos were still being sold. I think it was somewhere in the late 90s. I'dnever seen the film before and I remember I bought the film for about £5.
I remember really enjoying the film on first seeing it, and I seem to like it a little more each time.
Victims; aren't we all?
I've just realized Ollie1980...did U by any chance dare to correct my grammar?
VICTIMS..AREN'T WE ALL? (THE CROW)
sadly....Cybil Shepherd is not the thespian equal of any of the principals in this film....and it stands out....the film itself is very authentic about love and life's mysteries....