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Posted October 1, 2010
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Cassavetes is an American Master
"Husbands" is yet another example of John Cassavetes' artistic vision of bringing real life to the audience in such a way that is truly memorable. You are not going to get the beautifully orchestrated mise en scen of a JOhn Ford picture, or the calculated but effctive approach of Woody Allen, or, Clint Eastwood's visions on family and sensibility; what you do get is raw emotion, in your face camera work, and truly gifted actors portraying their characters' feelings and emotions as they try to get on with their lives after the loss of one of their other friends. The beauty of the film is that at times it seems so unscripted and without direction at all, but that is where you see Cassavete's brilliance. I watch the film and often wish I can view the footage that was left on the cutting room floor.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.