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Mindwalk (9-Sep-1990)

Director: Bernt Capra

Writers: Floyd Byars; Bernt Capra; Fritjof Capra

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Heard
Actor
7-Mar-1945   The Pelican Brief
Ione Skye
Actor
4-Sep-1971   Say Anything
Liv Ullmann
Actor
16-Dec-1938   The Passion of Anna
Sam Waterston
Actor
15-Nov-1940   Asst DA Jack McCoy on Law & Order

CAST

Liv Ullmann   ...   Sonia Hoffman
Sam Waterston   ...   Jack Edwards
John Heard   ...   Thomas Harriman
Ione Skye   ...   Kit Hoffman
Emmanuel Montes   ...   Romain
Jean Boursin   ...   Sacristan
Gabrielle Danchick   ...   Tour Guide
Jeanne Van Phue   ...   Tourist
Penny White   ...   Tourist

REVIEWS

Review by anonymous (posted on 12-Feb-2007)

It's a perfect setting for an esoteric (spelling) talk and walk through philosophy and physics. If you enjoy people taking about stuff the way you might after a few drinks or a few "other" things this is a fairly entertaining and educational movie. The characters are poorly developed except for the divorced father. I really enjoyed this movie as a young adult and look forward to finding it again. As I said before, just watching them stroll through this beautiful French castle is worth the hour and a half. Hope you see it and enjoy. Three and a half stars, because for such a small selection in this genre, I'd say it's pretty good for what it is trying to do.


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