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'The End of the Tour' is often highly entertaining in its interrogation of fame, but ultimately feels flat and graceless.
A journalist and a famous writer – both of them young, insecure men still trying to make their literary reputations – spend five days together, talking incessantly, arguing and forging a kind of wary understanding. The year is 1996 and the...
"Philip Kaufman is of the few American directors who can handle this sort of material. Almost everything is beautifully handled." - David Stratton Watch the full review and Movie Show interview with Philip Kaufman above.     
One of the most interesting and intimate relationship dramas seen on screen in recent years.
Driving in a silver Citroën convertible, a beautiful couple, no longer young, travel down winding roads to a secluded seaside hotel. It’s the south of France, 1973. In a spacious suite overlooking the white cliffs and cerulean ocean, he sets up...