Conversations With Other Women

Conversations With Other Women

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Director: Hans Canosa, Helena Bonham Carter, Aaron Eckhart, Nora Zehetner

Cast: Hans Canosa, Helena Bonham Carter, Aaron Eckhart, Nora Zehetner

     
 

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An encounter between two people with a shared past and conflicting futures is played out on a split-image screen in this offbeat drama. An unnamed man (Aaron Eckhart) and woman (Helena Bonham Carter) are enjoying drinks and cigarettes in a hotel room after attending a wedding reception. At first, the

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An encounter between two people with a shared past and conflicting futures is played out on a split-image screen in this offbeat drama. An unnamed man (Aaron Eckhart) and woman (Helena Bonham Carter) are enjoying drinks and cigarettes in a hotel room after attending a wedding reception. At first, the two seem to be playing a flirtatious game, as he cheerfully but confidently advances toward her, and she seems at once attracted and put off by his bravado. Their pas de deux is shot and edited in split screen, with his image appearing in one half of the divided frame and hers appearing in the other. As time wears on, the man and woman begin crossing their appointed boundaries, and in some sequences one half of the frame represents the present while the other shows us events in the past. We learn that the man and woman had a tempestuous affair when they were in their late teens, and both are now committed to other people -- she has a husband, while he has a steady girl. How will the experiences of their past affect their present, and are they willing to betray their lovers for an evening's pleasure? Conversations With Other Women was the first feature film from director Hans Canosa.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/11/2011
UPC:
4712771275780
Original Release:
2005
Source:
Ais
Sales rank:
86,012

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Helena Bonham Carter Woman
Aaron Eckhart Man
Nora Zehetner Young Woman
Erik Eidem Young Man
Brianna Brown Bride
Brian Geraghty Groom
Olivia Wilde Bridesmaid
Thomas Lennon Videographer
Cerina Vincent Sarah the Dancer
Yury Tsykun Bartrender at Wedding
David Franklin Bartender in Bar
Philip Littell Jeffrey the Cardiologist
Rozanne Sher Girl on the Street
Veronica Reyes Girl on the Street
Emily Fernandez Girl on the Street

Technical Credits
Hans Canosa Director,Editor
Kerry Barden Casting,Producer,Screenwriter
Ram Bergman Producer
Kwesi Collisson Executive Producer
Suzanne Crowley Casting
Jeff Eden Fair Score Composer
Douglas Hall Costumes/Costume Designer
Doug Hall Costumes/Costume Designer
Mark R. Harris Executive Producer
Billy Hopkins Casting
Raymond Izaac Associate Producer
Annette Lorant Makeup
Scott Macdonald Art Director
Bill McCutchen Producer
Ingrid Okola Makeup
Starr Parodi Score Composer
Ryan Ramos Asst. Director
Kjehl Rasmussen Executive Producer
Wendy Reeds Co-producer
Glen Reynolds Executive Producer
Chad Rosen Asst. Director
Tony Smyles Sound/Sound Designer
Mark Tchelistcheff Co-producer
Jodie Lynne Tillen Production Designer
Christopher Violette Musical Direction/Supervision
Steve Yedlin Cinematographer
Gabrielle Zevin Screenwriter

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Guest More than 1 year ago
Hans Canosa makes a strong debut with Gabrielle Zevin's intelligent screenplay (read two character dialogue) CONVERSATIONS WITH OTHER WOMEN and while some viewers may be distressed about his choice of use of the split screen presentation, Canosa's decision to be the editor of the film makes a strong argument for his artistic decision. We are able to not only see ell sides of the characters physically, but we are also allowed to step into the 'private space' created by each of the characters, a space that grows in meaning as the film proceeds. For this viewer it enhances the story. It would be difficult to imagine two finer actors than Helen Bonham Carter and Aaron Eckhart to pull off this story. Bonham Carter has flown in form London as a last minute replacement bridesmaid for an old friend and is bored by the wedding until she encounters Aaron Eckhart whom we soon learn is the bride's brother. But coincidences don't stop there: soon the couple decide to have a night together and as they begin to share their current uncomfortable lives they recall that they were young lovers (well played by Erik Eidem and Nora Zehetner in flashbacks) and more than likely were married as first marriages.....but to say more would ruin the repartee that these two brilliant actors enjoy playing against each other. Canosa manages to create a solid interplay between his actors and then capitalizes on the gifts of each by placing them in simultaneous and revealing views that more that provides his rationale for using the split screens as his technique. Bonham Carter is more beautiful than ever and proves she is one of our finest actresses on film, seen far too seldom these days. CONVERSATIONS WITH OTHER WOMEN is a sly look at relationships that slowly creeps up on you as you learn the secrets of each character. It is a fine piece of filmmaking! Grady Harp
Anonymous More than 1 year ago