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Henry and June

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It's 1931 in Paris when Anais Nin first meets Henry Miller and his wife June. Attracted by their bohemian lifestyle, Nin starts an affair with Henry while pursuing June, involving in their tormented relationship.
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Kalamazoo Gazette

August 04, 2002

too long, too talky and yet strangely intriguing
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Pasadena Weekly

August 21, 2003

A big shame.
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New York Times
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May 20, 2003

Presented with excessive weight.
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Deseret News, Salt Lake City
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January 01, 2000

This movie is dull and tedious, with two central performances that are extremely artificial.
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Washington Post
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January 01, 2000

As outwardly beautiful as it is inwardly counterfeit.
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ColeSmithey.com

August 09, 2007

A bawdy and joyous celebration of sensuality. A great cinematic tip of the hat to the "happiest man alive."
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Hollywood Reporter
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October 03, 2015

Following Kaufman's impressive cinematic adaptations of such difficult-to-film works as The Right Stuff and The Unbearable Lightness of Being, Henry and June is a major disappointment.
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Capital Times (Madison, WI)

February 06, 2003

Beautiful, but more than a little overwrought.
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Washington Post
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January 01, 2000

Beautiful, captivating and spectacularly uninhibited.
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San Francisco Examiner

October 11, 2002

A lush biopic unafraid of deep thoughts and sexuality.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

An hour too long.
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EmanuelLevy.Com
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July 07, 2011

Philip Kaufman's erotic chronicle of Henry Miller in Paris, the first movie to get NC-17, is disappointingly long and uneventful, though nice to look at.
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