• Movie Filter - Third Person - Date: 10/21/2014
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    General Themes and Other Content:
    Revealing Clothing,
    Alcohol Consumption,
    Mature Thematic Elements,
    Dysfunctional Relationships
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  • Third Person

    A writer in Paris (Liam Neeson) struggles to produce another hit to save his declining career while balancing a tempestuous relationship with his tortured past. Meanwhile, an American in Rome (Adrien Brody) gets caught up in intrigue with an Italian woman seeking to retrieve her child from a scoundrel. Even more meanwhile, a young woman in New York (Mila Kunis)attempts to see her son, whom she may or may not have harmed. What connects these stories inthe movie Third Person is a tenuous thread that’s revealed to the audience gradually by writer-director Paul Haggis (Crash).

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    There are several adult scenes and themes ClearPlay deals with in Third Person, involving nudity, implied intercourse, an incestuous relationship, and other lewd behavior. About 40 instances of language are deleted, half of them derivatives of the F--word. Because of the nature of the plot and the mental cruelty involved, the ClearPlayed version is best reserved for mature audiences.

    Is Third Person singular, or a dime (novel) a dozen?...

    I appreciate what Haggis attempts with Third Person, an artsy film grounded in struggling relationships and troubling incidents with children. The movie plays with fact and fiction, but many audience members will lose patience with the meandering storytelling. Though I liked it, I think it would benefit from a second viewing – one I’m not apt to give it.

    Marty Nabhan - ClearPlay Paperback Writer

    Rated R for language and some sexuality/nudity; 137 mins; Directed by Paul Haggis
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Third Person

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