A Perfect Ending details
|Starring:||Barbara Niven, Jessica Clark, John Heard, Morgan Fairchild|
|Genres:||Drama, Gay/Lesbian, Romance|
A Perfect Ending
|Run time:||1 hour 45 minutes|
|Rental release:||11 Feb 2013|
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Slow Burn...By Zoe12 (2 reviews) from Cardiff, Wales , 12 Feb 2013
[Highly rated reviewer]I really wanted to love this film and I suppose to a certain extent I did. My main issue is with the sound, the incidental music and background noise was too loud, I could hardly hear the dialogue. The film itself I found was a bit slow to start and I wasn't that keen on some of the flashback sequences, but those issues aside I did actually enjoy watching it (specially Jessica Clark) and it is one I'd watch again.
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Good film, awful soundBy a customer , 28 Nov 2013This film was good but the sound particularly at the start was awful. It was really hard to hear the words.
Give it a missBy a customer , 10 Nov 2013The sound on this movie was rubbish - in more than one scene the incidental music drowned out the dialogue. There was a lack of character development such that we didn't care what happened to any of the characters. The only positive was that the acting was decent - an improvement on lesbian films of 15 years ago.
Highly imperfectBy The KnightWatcher (629 reviews) from Gloucestershire , 29 Sep 2013Romantic lesbian romantic drama about an uptight socialite who finds the love of her life in a high priced female escort. they fall in love and there is much 12 rated passion. It sounds preposterous and it is. Also the film is punctuated by slow , arty farty artistic indulgent imagery, and the dialogue is hard to decipher above the over loud invasive musical score. Absolutely not erotic. It was a struggle to make it through to the end. Mediocre.
An OK film about love and lossBy TVRandy (135 reviews) , 27 Aug 2013An OK film about someone in a poor marraige who has a crisis in her own life and in her family. She manages both and find love from an unexpected direction. The film has a habit of playing music over speech which is annoying and also that the sound volume was variable.
2 lovely ladies, laughter and romance.By Bubblyangel (3 reviews) , 14 May 2013Really enjoyed this movie, loved the interaction between Rebecca and Paris. Very romantic film and liked the way the movie ended.