Images (1972)

A woman walks a razor's edge between reality and madness in this impressionistic drama written and directed by Robert Altman. Cathryn (Susannah York) is a woman who begins to suspect that her marriage to Hugh (René Auberjonois) is… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: December 18, 1972
DVD Release Date: September 16, 2003
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Tony Macklin

It is a rare film that can entice me to surrender my logic, but Images does just that. [It] is a film in which Altman doesn't worry about defenses. He boldly creates a spiritual vision and lets logic and caution fall by the wayside of wondrous beauty.

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Dennis Schwartz
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A challenging film, heavy on symbolism and motifs.

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jay nixon
Susannah York is stellar but the film is very odd.
Pierluigi Puccini
One of the bleakest, most atypical and experimental Altman films. Heavily influenced by Bergman and Polanski. A haunting plunge into sexuality and schizofrenia.
Saskia D.
Difficult to get into. You don't really get to know the main character, which made it difficult for me to connect with her. I missed context. What's… More
Stella Dallas
a psychological horror that sees the lead character going mad in a country house in ireland. gorgeously shot and full of visual hints and symbolism, the story… More
Steven Carrier
I have a lot of trouble with films featuring unreliable narrators. While I understand that films about a character with a frayed sense of reality need to be as… More
Drew Smith
Considering that Robert Altman was so universally loved and revered as a master-class film maker, you'd think that this movie would be recognized as the… More