The Lost Weekend

The Lost Weekend

Director: Billy Wilder Cast: Ray Milland, Jane Wyman, Howard Da Silva
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DVD (Black & White / Pan & Scan / Dolby 5.1 / Mono)

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The Lost Weekend 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this movie so much that years after seeing it I think it still has the impact as it did back in the 40's. I have used the line that the bartender used on Ray Miland many times over the years "One drink is too much and a hundred aren't enough". Watching Miland walking down the street in a drunken stuipper is enough to make anybody think,"Is drinking really worth it?"...Heck No! This is one great movie - share it with your kids if they are at the years when they would like to start trying some of the garbage that this world has to offer! "Enjoy" Joe Kopeck
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Superb black-and-white film.
tbhofmeister More than 1 year ago
The Lost Weekend is perhaps a lost film in Hollywood history and I cannot figure out for the life of me why that is. It is a film that is difficult to find on video/dvd anywhere and I have not found a place yet to rent it from or even found many people who have seen/heard of it. However, with this film the great Billy Wilder once again crafts a story full of drama, superb acting, dialogue and a story that are as true to life as they were in 1945 when it one the Oscar for best picture. It is hard to distinguish if it is the direction and mastery of Billy Wilder that makes this film unforgettable or if it is the dead on acting of Ray Milland, the alcholic who will do and say anything to get his fix, even if for a brief moment. This is a must see film for anyone who wants to be captivated by film making at its finest and if you know anyone who suffers from alcoholism or another drug addiction it will hit home with its stark realizm as Milland's character bargins with himself over his sobriety and how/where to get this next taste to escape.
alanTG More than 1 year ago
A wonderful example of how alcohol can control one's actions and emotions. Billy wilder has proven himself to be one of the greatest directors of all times. This movie is a must see for all addicts to show what their addiction looks likes to others and how it affects others. just to know it,s there gives you a sense of peace. Just like this movie!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago