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    Reader comments on De-Lovely

    Subject: delovely
    Date: Feb 4, 2005
    Sender: momoffourPrevious | Next

    You could not watch this movie without feeling the depression of the tortured souls living it. The brokenness of the man's body seems to reflect the brokenness of his soul. No amount of money, success or tall houses seemed to insulate either of them from pain or disappointment. Whoever wrote the script has some insights about things like that.

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  • De-Lovely   from mic, Aug 4, 2004
  • De-Lovely   from Wally, Aug 21, 2004
  • Loved De-Lovely   from cmd, Sep 3, 2004
  • [no subject]   from , Jan 7, 2005
  • de-flop   from susan, Jan 29, 2005
  • Re: de-flop   from Liz Allison, Jul 6, 2005
  • » delovely «   from momoffour, Feb 4, 2005
  • De-Lovely   from michele trahearne, Feb 11, 2005
  • You took the lyrics right out of my mind.   from vaunt, Feb 27, 2005
  • De-Lovely was De-lightfull   from Liz Allison, Jul 6, 2005
  • De-Lovely   from GK, Dec 4, 2005
  • someone i know   from Ariane, Jan 25, 2006
  • Delovely   from ida, Nov 16, 2006
  • De-Lovely   from mic, Aug 4, 2004
  • De-Lovely   from Wally, Aug 21, 2004
  • Loved De-Lovely   from cmd, Sep 3, 2004
  • [no subject]   from , Jan 7, 2005
  • de-flop   from susan, Jan 29, 2005
  • Re: de-flop   from Liz Allison, Jul 6, 2005
  • » delovely «   from momoffour, Feb 4, 2005
  • De-Lovely   from michele trahearne, Feb 11, 2005
  • You took the lyrics right out of my mind.   from vaunt, Feb 27, 2005
  • De-Lovely was De-lightfull   from Liz Allison, Jul 6, 2005
  • De-Lovely   from GK, Dec 4, 2005
  • someone i know   from Ariane, Jan 25, 2006
  • Delovely   from ida, Nov 16, 2006