Partner (1968)

Bernardo Bertolucci was obviously influenced by the films of Jean-Luc Godard and the worldwide political upheavals of 1968 while assembling his feature-film Partner. This unorthodox adaptation of Dostoevsky's The Double studiously… More

Rated: Unrated
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DVD Release Date: October 25, 2005
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Time Out

Aggressively 'new wave.'

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Tom Dawson
Total Film

More than just a storytelling stunt, it's a fraught, revealing portrait of a brand-crazed and emotionally arrested society.

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Nora Sayre
New York Times

The specific meaning of many of the scenes is obscure, but the total effect is that of youthful explosion of movie talent.

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Partner's unchained energy and its willingness to raise questions and even provide some answers still make for compelling viewing.

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Jonathan Rosenbaum
Chicago Reader

Bernardo Bertolucci's third and seldom-shown feature is very much a reflection of its period -- 1968 -- but no less fascinating for that.

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El Hombre Invisible
An inspiration for Fight Club, for sure, Bertolucci's film is, undoubtedly, an art film. The narrative is almost non-existent, and the plot is thin. It… More