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    Two Lovers

    Following a broken engagement, sometime photographer Leonard Kraditor moves in with his parents in Brighton Beach and finds his life turned upside down as he struggles to choose between the beautiful daughter of a close family friend and the scintillating but volatile next-door neighbor whose passion helps to reignite his lust for life.
    Duration: 110 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2008
    IMDb: 7
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  • Actors of "Two Lovers"

  • Characters of "Two Lovers"

    Leonard Kraditor. Character of Two Lovers
    Ruth Kraditor. Character of Two Lovers
    Reuben Kraditor. Character of Two Lovers
    Played by: Moni Moshonov
    Carol Cohen. Character of Two Lovers
    Played by: Julie Budd
    Michael Cohen. Character of Two Lovers
    Played by: Bob Ari
    Sandra Cohen. Character of Two Lovers
    Played by: Vinessa Shaw
    Michelle Rausch. Character of Two Lovers
    Ronald Blatt. Character of Two Lovers
    Played by: Elias Koteas
    DJ Juice. Character of Two Lovers
  • Directors of "Two Lovers"

    James Gray. Director of Two Lovers
    James Gray
    Birthdate: 1969, New York City, New York, USA
  • Creators of "Two Lovers"

    James Gray. Director of Two Lovers
    James Gray
    Birthdate: 1969, New York City, New York, USA
    Ric Menello. Director of Two Lovers
    Ric Menello
  • Critic Reviews of "Two Lovers"

    Rick Groen Globe and Mail
    April 10, 2009

    Phoenix plays that schism -- the damaged soul in a hunky body -- to perfection, so well that we overlook the logical chasm at the centre of the tale.

    Peter Howell Toronto Star
    April 10, 2009

    Gray guides his strong cast to a resolution that is both surprising and entirely realistic.

    Trevor Johnston Time Out
    March 27, 2009

    Gray's direction lovingly toys with images of containment and release, effectively playing out the drama in visual terms - but we never really feel it.

    Ann Hornaday Washington Post
    March 13, 2009

    If Two Lovers winds up being Phoenix's last movie, at least it offers posterity incontrovertible proof that, once, he was a contender.

    Bill Goodykoontz Arizona Republic
    March 05, 2009

    What elevates Two Lovers beyond the mundane is the strength of the performances.

    Roger Moore Orlando Sentinel
    March 04, 2009

    Phoenix's performance overwhelms the slight story.

    Kelly Vance East Bay Express
    August 16, 2011

    What made the filmmakers come up with such a 1959 scenario? Better yet, how did they make this hoary plot so damned entertaining? Must be movie magic.

    Mike Edwards What Culture
    March 13, 2011

    Please, don't be fooled by this. It's all showboating scenes, pretentious ideals and NO realism whatsoever.

    Jeffrey Overstreet Looking Closer
    May 07, 2010

    I can't stop thinking about Leonard, how I want him to be free, living an authentic life ... but also to to remain under supervision so he won't mess himself up. Phoenix is brilliant here.

    Marty Mapes Movie Habit
    April 13, 2010

    We know the characters better than they know themselves

    S. James Wegg JWR
    February 16, 2010

    ... it's instructive to view director/co-writer ... James Gray's take on the effects of private infidelity.

    Jeffrey Chen ReelTalk Movie Reviews
    January 25, 2010

    Tells a pretty old story but gets you hooked on its atmosphere and how it embellishes the heady sensation of shedding the coldness of solitude and depression with the warmth of walking through a new romance.

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