The Face of Another   7/22/15
by MovieMeditation
It was almost like the main character was this grand philosopher who just couldnt shut up, like the writer had several thoughts about this great premise and just shoved them in the mouth of his main character so he could present these questions to the audience, in a way that felt far from natural.

The Face of Another   5/31/15
by Iroquois
Hardly the most sensitive portrayal of physical disability, especially when it's combined with a disconnected sub-plot about a similarly disfigured young woman that comes across as largely irrelevant save for the occasional counter-point to the protagonist's storyline (which does add to the feeling ...

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