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    Killing Me Softly

    The film based on a famous novel. Alice is a Web designer falls in love at the the first sight with a handsome mountain climber- Adam at the spotlight out of the blue. She is deep in crazy love, sexual indulgence. One day, She suddenly uncovers some secrets about the death of Adam's previous fiancée which makes her to be afraid.
    Duration: 100 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2002
    IMDb: 5.5
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  • Actors of "Killing Me Softly"

  • Characters of "Killing Me Softly"

    Alice. Character of Killing Me Softly
    Played by: Heather Graham
    Adam Tallis. Character of Killing Me Softly
    Played by: Joseph Fiennes
    Deborah. Character of Killing Me Softly
    Klaus. Character of Killing Me Softly
    Played by: Ulrich Thomsen
    Jake. Character of Killing Me Softly
    Played by: Jason Hughes
    Mrs. Blanchard. Character of Killing Me Softly
    Played by: Kika Markham
    Sylvie. Character of Killing Me Softly
    Played by: Amy Robbins
    Joanna Noble. Character of Killing Me Softly
    Michelle Stowe. Character of Killing Me Softly
    Played by: Rebecca Palmer
    Alice's Work Colleague. Character of Killing Me Softly
    Played by: Ian Aspinall
  • Directors of "Killing Me Softly"

    Kaige Chen. Director of Killing Me Softly
    Kaige Chen
    Birthdate: 12 August 1952, Beijing, China
  • Creators of "Killing Me Softly"

    Sean French. Director of Killing Me Softly
    Sean French
    Birthdate: 28 May 1959, Bristol, England, UK
    Kara Lindstrom. Director of Killing Me Softly
    Kara Lindstrom
  • Critic Reviews of "Killing Me Softly"

    AV Club
    August 03, 2009

    As Graham attempts to uncover the truth about his past, the film grows increasingly convoluted, leading to a twist ending that will come as a surprise only to those who've never seen a Shannon Tweed movie.

    May 21, 2008

    A turgid erotic thriller that plays like Zalman King-meets-vintage Brian De Palma without the latter's wit or style.

    Time Out
    June 24, 2006

    Inane and shopworn material with a truly cheesy final twist, this is made excruciating by direction that takes it all deadly seriously.

    Hollywood Reporter
    June 11, 2002

    What a great shame that such a talented director as Chen Kaige has chosen to make his English-language debut with a film so poorly plotted and scripted.

    The Dissolve
    August 12, 2013

    Killing Me Softly lingers under the delusion that it's Hitchcock remade for a more permissive era, rather than Cinemax fare with pretensions to art.

    Total Film
    August 03, 2009

    The screenplay (based on Nicci French's novel) is cringeworthy, and Kaige's inability to spot when English-speaking thesps are reciting rather than acting produces scenes that vary from lifeless to laughable.

    TV Guide
    August 03, 2009

    Why, you might ask, is master director Chen Kaige wasting his time on such trashy material?

    Urban Cinefile
    October 18, 2008

    What a disappointing waste of good talent!

    Empire Magazine
    December 30, 2006

    A hilariously bad movie that has to be seen to be believed.
    January 01, 2006

    It's pretty campy-silly, but it's surprisingly watchable for some reason, maybe because of the name-brand actors sleazing it in this Skinemax would-be classic.
    May 28, 2003

    Though its rather routine script is loaded with familiar situations, the movie has a cinematic fluidity and sense of intelligence that makes it work more than it probably should.

    October 30, 2002

    Spectacularly awful film that's actually funnier than many so-called comedies.

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