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(1202) 6.7 95 min 2018

Diane is a movie starring Mary Kay Place, Jake Lacy, and Estelle Parsons. Diane fills her days helping others and desperately attempting to bond with her drug-addicted son. As these pieces of her existence begin to fade, she finds...

Andrea Martin, Estelle Parsons, Jake Lacy, Mary Kay Place
Kent Jones

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Kent Jones
Writer Kent Jones
Stars Andrea Martin, Estelle Parsons, Jake Lacy, Mary Kay Place
Country USA
Also Known As A Vida de Diane
Runtime 1H 35M
Description Diane fills her days helping others and desperately attempting to bond with her drug-addicted son. As these pieces of her existence begin to fade, she finds herself confronting memories she'd sooner forget than face.

Top reviews

Sunday, 19 Jul 2020 04:47

This is a gripping film that really is hard to take seriously. While it deals with difficult issues and comes out with several conclusions, the ending is very unsatisfying. In a sense, there is no resolution for the characters and all that has been said is treated with a heavy hand. The film comes across as very tasteful. I think there is a strong urge to pull down the curtain and show everyone the dark side of life. The theme of exploitation is well presented. The characters have been depicted in an unctuous manner, which is not the way I'd expect them to be. In a way, I think it is interesting to see what those who are in the business think about the film. There are two sets of words that have been used throughout the film: exploiter and exploitation. These are the words that these characters would use to describe their business. There are many similarities with Hollywood in terms of themes. The main character, Lisa, is the exploiter. She has long hair and her husband (played by Benjamin Walker) is always putting on make-up. She works in a dressing room. She takes off her makeup when she goes to bed and her husband gives her dirty looks when he has to go to the bathroom. She says that she's not in the business for money. But it seems to me that in a way she is. She is a very sexy woman and her husband is more interested in his clothing. There is an interesting point that Lisa tells us at one point that the clothing she wears during sex is something that he wants to buy. The girls that she does sex with do not ask for money. They do it because they want to have fun. I think that this is a good point. She is giving it up to enjoy sex. As a woman, I appreciate that, but I think that the portrayal of sex in the film is very misleading. It is a very gross and graphic way of showing sexual activities. It is a very hypocritical view of sex. It also implies that she is a very high-class woman. I think that this is a horrible idea. A good film has the story, the strong acting, and a good message. This is not a bad film. It is not an amazing film. But it is a good film and I think that the author, Maria Bustillos, has done a good job with it.
Saturday, 11 Jul 2020 02:25

I wasn't sure whether to take this as a drama or comedy and I don't think it was a comedy. I'm glad I took it as a drama. I think it was best to start with this as a drama and build from there. What it is: It's a story of a middle-aged woman's descent into depression, and a brilliant, memorable performance by Melissa Leo (in her second film after a long hiatus from films). She is so focused on her husband, the mother of her children, and herself that she seems to not care about anything. That was the whole point of the film. The movie can be viewed as a metaphor, or a roman à clef, but I found it to be more of an allegory. I didn't feel that the film was scripted, but that it was done on the fly. The story, although simplistic, was incredibly effective. It was a great representation of how everyday people can fall into depression and how even an extraordinary relationship, one that is entirely emotionally driven, can get lost. The screenplay was incredible. The dialog was sharp and humorous and believable. It was a great marriage of dialogue and emotion. I think that the tone of the movie had a lot to do with the subject matter. In my opinion, it was also great that it was not directed at children. I really think that children should not be involved with any type of relationship that goes on in the film. There was a lot of humor in the film, but it was also very touching. The fact that it was a comedy helped immensely. I would say that this is a film for a very particular type of audience. I think it is perfect for a very specific type of audience. It is very dark, but the characters are so charming and interesting that they never fall into stereotypes and they don't feel like stereotypes. I think that it is best for people who like a bit of drama, or who like a drama that does not try to be so realistic, and would rather just tell a good story.
Monday, 29 Jun 2020 07:48

I do not think that the film would have worked as well as it did without the performances of the two main players. Diane is a sex kitten and is struggling to survive after being caught up in a bad relationship with a man named Charlie (John Hurt) while her lover Ed (Charles Dance) is busy with his own problems and misses the chance to marry a younger woman. Diane's only friend in the relationship is a doormat named Daphne (Kathleen Turner), who is not nearly as nice as she looks. Diane thinks she knows who she wants, and wants to be with Charlie and Ed, but in the end, she learns the hard way that being nice is not enough. As I said, I do not think this film would have worked as well without the performances of Diane and Daphne. Both of these characters are believable, and their performances are quite touching in the end. These two performances are the most notable thing about this film, though. I will not give any spoilers, but I will say that this film is very sad, in a good way. It is sad that these characters are struggling to find their place in a world that has left them without a home. It is sad that Diane and Daphne will have to wait at least another three years to find a place to live. And it is sad that the happy ending does not seem to satisfy the characters. If you are looking for a film that deals with the difficulties of aging and the futility of sex, then this is the film for you. It is a very interesting film, and one that deserves more recognition than it has received.
Friday, 29 May 2020 05:48

There's always a chance you might miss something you've missed the first time around. That's how this film plays out. Of course you don't want to have to rewind and watch it again. And it's easy to see why. The second time around you might discover some new insight into what the film is all about. But a third or fourth time, there's just as much, if not more, to digest. As for me, I found it a little boring at first but kept watching until the very end. At that point I just kept saying, "I don't understand this movie." That said, I thought it was a good watch. I think the film makers went about this in a very clever way. There's no way I could have figured it out in the first place. I have a friend who's a little into theoretical physics and they show us a film like "The Rules of Attraction" and it's so confusing and all, it doesn't matter if you understand the whole thing or not. You just need to follow the rules. If you really understand it, the plot makes sense and you don't have to keep rewinding and watching it again to figure it out. This film doesn't really do that. You just have to figure it out. It might be for the best, though. The film is so obvious and obvious. I didn't find any aspect of the film that would make me think I'd missed something or I was missing something. It was very straight forward and well thought out. I'm very much a fan of Andrew Jarecki (The Bodyguard) and I'm glad to see him making films that I can sit down and watch again and again and find more insight and more meaning in them. Diane is one of those films that sticks with you for a while, but the whole idea behind it is so very easy to figure out. It makes a lot of sense. And as I said, this film does have a lot to digest and digest deeply. In the end, the film was well-made, acted and directed. It had a good story and that's what counts the most.
Thursday, 23 Apr 2020 14:01

I first saw this film in the late 60s when it was available on the video rack at the video store. This film has a great pedigree. It was filmed by a man who would later go on to become the editor of T.V. series "Mission to Mars" and the man who would go on to become a film director. Another thing that makes this film special is the fact that it stars two accomplished actors, David Duchovny and Christopher Lloyd, who go way back. They've been friends since high school, and there's a real friendship that develops between them. Duchovny's character, David, is a hobo who's been there for as long as he can remember. As a hobo, he's the sort of guy that you'd see on the street on a random night and say, "What a guy". He's got a dirty, unwashed body, and it's a real look at the real life hobo. David's done a lot of things that have made him a hobo. He's lived on the streets for the past few years, and one of the things he's done is to have a great deal of experience with drugs. After David gets out of jail, he and his girlfriend are able to obtain marijuana for a long trip to their parents' house. David discovers that his girlfriend has been smoking pot, and she doesn't like it. The problem is that her parents are rich. And as it turns out, their parents have been dealing drugs. So, it's a situation where both of them are being given a very hard time. The problem is that this sort of thing is a huge problem on the streets. So, in order to get the stuff to his parents, David's got to do some pretty dangerous things. David's going to have to change a lot of his own habits. The thing that stands out in this film is the acting. Duchovny and Lloyd really are great together. They're good at playing these roles, and they really show the realistic side of it all. The film is based on a novel, and it's really well done. It has a great realism to it, and the way it's shot is really interesting. The movie is very nice, and I don't know if you could even call it "emotional". I'd recommend it to people who like real stories about people who are dealing with life on the streets. It's a good film. 7/10

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