Drama • R • 2005 • 2 hr 4 min
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One of the craziest movie endings. One of my fav Scarlet movies
Engaging erotic drama with a brilliant pay off
The second adaptation by Woody Allen of Dostoyevsky's "Crime and Punishment". This underlines the thrilling aspect of the original.
Chance... Great performance and storyline. Beautiful cinematography and soundtrack. Nice Mise-en-scène, one of the best Woody's movie...
Woody Allen's best. Scarlett Johansson is great. The story unfolds at a great pace, and leaves you wanting more.
Rhys Meyers is very good as a tennis playing Raskolnikov.
I really thought it was just a drama movie, but it's actually genius.
A good movie, Scarlett Johansson is great!
So captivating, intresting and beautifull!
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