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Adaptation of Philip Roth's short novel, 'The Dying Animal', about an elderly college professor's affair with his young student. Respected professor of literature David Kepesh (Ben Kingsley) seems to have it all, a long-term relationship, a good job, and a comfortable lifestyle. But all that is turned upside down when the normally retiring, 62-year-old professor is drawn to one of his students, 24-year-old latin beauty Consuela Castillo (Penelope Cruz). As the relationship deepens, the usually free-thinking academic Kepesh finds himself becoming more sexually possessive of his new love-interest, a situation that quickly changes his personality and threatens to undermine his status and social standing.
This really felt a waste of a very good cast, and poorly scripted - I didn't stay more than a third of the way through. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Enthusiast
Brilliant acting from Ben Kinsley as usual took a little time to get into the film but have now watched twice and enjoyed itPublished 4 months ago by joan allbrook
An utter classic - but you have to watch it two or three times until it gets completely under your skin. He is fabulous.Published 10 months ago by Ka
Really liked the film and have seen it twice now. Highly recommended.All the performances are excellent especially Penelope Cruz as good as Ben Kingsley.Published 16 months ago by david wood
Another film for my wife's collection of daytime viewing films. Not for me but she loves it. A good story well acted.Published 16 months ago by TonyJ
This film highlights our ability to both misunderstand ourselves and others, to give way to emotion when a small quiet part of our mind is trying to steady us with guided logic. Read morePublished 24 months ago by basil
Lovely poished and interesting film. Smouldering storyline, deep emotional undertones of an older man and his ego. A bit different to the usual stuff. Read morePublished on 28 Dec. 2012 by H
The two main actors provide very powerful performances in a complex tale of obsession and love that toy with the viewers emotions as the story unfoldsPublished on 26 Dec. 2012 by stevem