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Third Person

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Three love stories in three cities Paris, New York and Rome interwine in this compelling drama. Michael - a Pulitzer Prize-winning fiction author - recently left his wife, Elaine, he is enjoying a week in Paris with his lover, Anna. At the same time, dodgy businessman Scott becomes entangled with Roma woman Monika, who is  desperate to be reunited with her kidnapped daughter. And in New York, former soap star Julia is engaged in a bitter child custody battle with her artist ex-husband, Rick. Her lawyer Theresa has just one last chance to win the case. These three affecting love stories interlock in often unexpected ways in this latest engrossing.
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Digital Spy
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November 16, 2014

Third Person suffers from a script that fails to hook you in during its opening section and drags on without sufficient emotional connection for 137 minutes.
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Indie London
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August 26, 2015

A pretentious wreck of a movie that severely tests the patience.
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Seattle Times

July 10, 2014

It's all, I'm sorry to say, a melodramatic slog.
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St. Louis Post-Dispatch
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July 10, 2014

"Third Person" doesn't lack for ambition, and it's nice to see Neeson in the kind of role that he excelled at before he morphed into an action star. But the film may have some folks wishing they'd bought a ticket to "Transformers 4" instead.
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Critic's Notebook
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October 08, 2015

The question is if he realizes he more or less admitted to being a sociopath who remorselessly exploits the pain of those around him for the sake of drama.
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Newsday
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July 11, 2014

"Third Person" is such a solipsistic, navel-gazing creation that it seems to have barely made it out of Haggis' mind and onto the screen.
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Fan The Fire
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April 09, 2015

Third Person has a number of distinct themes at work, manifested through characters and plots that are a mixed bag of believable and baffling.
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Chicago Reader
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July 07, 2014

Trust is essential to any love relationship, writer-director Paul Haggis wants us to know, though he trusts us so little to grasp this theme ourselves that he makes his alter ego here, a world-weary novelist played by Liam Neeson, spell it out.
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HeyUGuys
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November 19, 2014

When we reach our finale you can't help but feel somewhat detached and uninvolved in this title.
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Detroit News
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July 10, 2014

Even if the story begins to melt into itself, at the end it's still fascinating to watch Haggis move his players.
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Denver Post
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July 07, 2014

Plumbing emotional depths, Haggis turns the characters' tribulations onto the viewer: If white is the color of trust -- as Neeson's author writes -- aren't we all a little gray?
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