Bitter Moon (1992)


Directed by: Roman Polanski

Stars: Hugh Grant, Kristin Scott Thomas, Emmanuelle Seigner

Language: English | Subtitles: English (embed)

Country: France | Imdb Info | Ar: 16:9 | Brrip

Description: After hearing stories of her, a passenger on a cruise ship develops an irresistible infatuation with an eccentric paraplegic’s wife.


2.68GB | 139:20mins | 1280×720 | mkv

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4 Responses to Bitter Moon (1992)

  1. From Chicago says:

    Thank you, RareLust!

  2. jojo says:

    One of the most underrated films, hilarious, scary, intense and incredibly entertaining. A 90’s masterpiece with Vangelis score.

  3. eugen says:

    Thank you RL !! The film is a masterpiece, I am wordless, so I have to put here a very well done comment of someone (21 March 2004 – strindbergman) on imdb:
    ” eerie life, arcane love
    When i first saw this movie in 1992 i found it shocking by its erotic scenes and burn-out love story. i noticed it was a good movie, but that was the end of the story.
    Now i bought it in dvd and saw it for the 2nd time. it’s a masterpiece.
    Everything blends perfectly in this film: 1990’s paris, the colours of the film (etalonage), the excellent vangelis’s music score, the evolution of a love story, the roles played by the 2 couples…
    Emmanuelle Seigner is great playing the role of a nymph and a sorcerer, Peter Coyote is magnificent playing the part of a regular guy who gets insane, Hugh Grant becomes a perfect boring middle-class british bourgeois and Kristin Scott Thomas her discreet wife looking for action.
    One of the best amour-fou stories, along with Louis Malle’s “damage”. as rui wrote before, a must see.”

    I totally agree with him …

  4. thevoid99 says:

    I saw this film a few years ago and honestly, I enjoyed the hell out of it. Notably for Emmanuelle Seigner who I think gets a bad rap because she’s Polanski’s wife and she’s great in this. I think this is the best performance she’s ever done. Are you going to have more Polanski films that aren’t widely available?

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