|Starring:||Winona Ryder, Al Pacino, Benjamin Salisbury|
|Studio:||ENTERTAINMENT IN VIDEO|
|Run time:||1 hour 57 minutes|
|Rental release:||28 Jul 2003|
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Nice little movie i ...By scroater#1 from LINCOLN , 13 Feb 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]Nice little movie i enjoyed it.good story...a bit far fetched but that's what movies are all about to take you to the surreal.Nice ending too.
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One of those surreal gems - but then I've always been a fan of Stepford-style moviesBy vanilla_quiff (284 reviews) from Gatwick, England , 29 Nov 2011Brilliant, yeah !
One of those surreal gems - but then I've always been a fan of Stepford-style movies.
Very easy watching, interesting storyline, and amazingly gripping to think the authorities thought he had KILLED someone who doesn't even exist !
Should be more movies like this.
fantasy about celebrityBy okukbill (1 review) , 01 Sep 2011An amusing fantasy exploring where we might be going with celebrity and cinema. Not a great art film but easy viewing for a Friday night.
Simone Simone SimoneBy AlbanianGirl (47 reviews) from Newtownabbey , 25 Jul 2010Fantastic movie, loved it. Al Pacino is amazing as are the supporting cast. Definitely worth renting. Interesting that this concept today isn't so unusual!
simoneBy a customer from Midhurst , 22 Mar 2009I was suprised that we both enjoyed simone. Although it wasnt riveting it kept you watching. But Al Pacino is very watchable no matter what he is in. Could have been more special technology in the film.
S1mply One-derfulBy DrDeej (3 reviews) from Norwich , 08 Feb 2009I first saw this on a flight across the Atlantic and always meant to see it again - but ona screen bigger tha the back of the seat headrest in front! I was not disappointed. It kept me glued to my seat on the aircaft and did so again at home. Womderfully acted, an original (and not too unbeleivable plot) - a fairytale for the 21st Century. The plot, whiclt in the realms of science fiction although I suspect not for long given technology, it was a tale of gullibility and the Hollywood hype that cons us all from time to time. A cross between Pinochio and the Eemporer's New Clothes (with a splash of Copellia thrown in). Thoroughly recommended.