Conversations With Other Women
Conversations With Other Women (2006)

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… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: August 11, 2006
DVD Release Date: January 9, 2007
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Critic Score: 74% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: Its occasional use of split screen may feel gimmicky at times, but Conversations With Other Women is a bold, inventive drama carried by its two charismatic leads.

David Thomson
The New Republic

I was hooked to the screen, to the film's sense of time and place and risk, to the intelligence of the talk and the intimations of pleasure and regret in Bonham Carter's performance.

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Jim Emerson

The observations about love and sex and time and memory are uncommonly sharp and true.

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Heather Boerner
Common Sense Media

Pining affair for mature art house fans.

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Ann Hornaday
Washington Post

The film ultimately becomes too contrived to be anything but a fleeting diversion, but kudos to these emerging filmmakers for daring to make something a little bit different and, for the most part, intriguing.

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Tasha Robinson
AV Club

Eckhart delivers a complicated performance, veering from aggressive to abashed, and stopping at puppy-eager, jealous, and conflicted along the way.

Cole Smithey

Director Hans Canosa has made a split-screen experimental student film about two would-be lovers who connect after a wedding party in New York City.

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Ty Burr
Boston Globe

The charm of Conversations With Other Women, a gimmicky but oddly moving two-character drama that flies in from who knows where, is its intelligent knowingness.

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Amelie Gillette
AV Club

Eckhart delivers a complicated performance, veering from aggressive to abashed, and stopping at puppy-eager, jealous, and conflicted along the way

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David Nusair
Reel Film Reviews

...although infused with a number of truthful moments and an awfully romantic atmosphere, director Hans Canosa's use of split-screen remains a distraction throughout the film's admittedly brisk running time.

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Flixster Audience Score: 76% Flixster User Reviews
Alice Shen
HBC and Aaron Eckhart meet at a wedding, and we get the impression that it's not the first time. Their characters' history is hinted at in… More
Emily Armstrong
This is a rather fascinating movie. The split-screen is a rather inventive way of telling this story, which is quite small and about a man and a woman whose… More
Jim Hunter
A man and a woman flirt at a party, and we gradually learn that their history is far more complex and intertwined than at first glance. This story is told… More
Lewis C.
Ever seen an entire movie in split-screen? First it's pretty cool and a little disorienting, then it seems a little unnecessary and gimmicky, and finally… More
Cast: Helena Bonham Carter, Aaron Eckhart, Nora Zehetner, Erik Eidem, Thomas Lennon, Olivia Wilde, Cerina Vincent, Brian Geraghty, Brianna Brown Director:… More
Lorenzo von Matterhorn
<i>"there are two sides to every love story"</i> When a man and woman flirt with each other at a wedding reception, the sexual tension… More

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