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    Reader comments on Yes

    Subject: Re: Yes!!!
    Date: Aug 15, 2006
    Sender: L DempseyPrevious | Next

    YES is stunning! NZer Sam Neill (I write from New Zealand) perfect as the uncommunicative husband (but his solo dance scene!), Simon Abkarian (so sexy the posters were in demand)and Sheila Hancock's death scene puts every other I've seen in the shade - we hung onto every word. Joan Allen was superb as the scientist distraught for love - and the script in verse was an unobtrusive delight. Oh yes and the mischievous commentary of Shirley Henderson as the cleaner! Politcs, passion, philosophy - and poetry! Received a standing ovation at the 2005 Int Film Festival in Auckland, NZ, and we are currently re-screening it at our small town theatre.

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    Yes!!!

    A powerful glimpse into the deepest secrets of a lover's psyche.
    Passion, confusion, anger and of course, surrender - we got it all in "Yes". Simon Abkarian is exotically sexy and penetrating. We need to see more of him here in the US. If you are tired of the commecial, meaningless fluff, see this - it will leave you breathless!






    Comment index:

  • [no subject]   from nancy, Jan 29, 2006
  • Yes!!!   from veronica Davitashvili, Feb 9, 2006
  • » Re: Yes!!! «   from L Dempsey, Aug 15, 2006
  • "Yes" to the movie "Yes"   from Linda, Feb 25, 2006
  • Yes Review   from David Hayes, Sep 4, 2006
  • The film 'Yes'   from Tricia, May 4, 2007
  • dialogue please   from belle Gibson, Oct 1, 2008
  • [no subject]   from nancy, Jan 29, 2006
  • Yes!!!   from veronica Davitashvili, Feb 9, 2006
  • » Re: Yes!!! «   from L Dempsey, Aug 15, 2006
  • "Yes" to the movie "Yes"   from Linda, Feb 25, 2006
  • Yes Review   from David Hayes, Sep 4, 2006
  • The film 'Yes'   from Tricia, May 4, 2007
  • dialogue please   from belle Gibson, Oct 1, 2008