• 电影名称 Betrayal

  • ——In every life...for every love...with every trust...there is a risk of Betrayal.
  • 中文名称 背叛
  •  类型  戏剧 / 惊悚
  •  国家  英国
  •  语言  英语
  •  时长  1 hr 35 min (95 min)
  • 上映时间 October 1983 (UK)
One of Pinters best plays, this one is filmed with just a superbcast. Jeremy Irons looks like he's about to steal the film, then BenKingsley sneaks up on you with an odd stiff but woundedperformance that takes your breath away. I loved the woman too. Amasterfully told story of love and desire, and p...
I watched this movie because I heard that the screen-writer had used aunique structure--the story is told backwards in time. Every succeedingscene occurs chronologically before the previous one. I wanted to see ifthe screen-writer was just using a gimmick, or if the structure actuallyadded to the ...
A top reason I come to IMDb is to learn how other folks experienced andinterpreted a movie I just watched. It is my belief that art takesplace between a person and the movie/painting/dance/book. Without aviewer, the piece isn't seen and so doesn't exist as art. Without apiece, the viewer doesn't see...
This movie is brilliant. All the actors, especially Ben Kingsley, weresuperb. When Ben Kingsley is in the scene, you are riveted to his everyexpression. Especially when you watch it for the 2nd time, and knowwhat they know at every given point. Also, thinking about the actualbetrayals. I loved the d...
This brilliant movie starts with a meeting between Jerry and Emma twoyearsafter their relationship has ended; then proceeds backward, thereby endingeight years earlier, with the moment when Jerry first declares hisattraction to Emma at a party. The idea that the viewer can know thisinformation at t...
The great master of Theatre, Harold Pinter, brings us the seduction of oneof his (in my opinion) best plays. With stunningly clued performances byIrons, Kingsley and Hodge, the play seduces as it unfolds, and every sceneis charged with a sexual tension. A daring step for film and writing, theplot is...
It has often been said that great books can not be made into greatmovies, that is not the case here. This is a story by one of thegreatest writers in the English language since Shakespeare and screenplay by the one man who truly understood the agony behind the story.Mix that with three of the best E...
This is a really fine movie with excellent characterizations.I've never seen Patricia Hodge in anything else but in this movie she's theequal of Irons and Kingsley. It's interesting how the movie starts with thevery emotional end works it's way back to the innocuousbeginnings....
Kingsley is masterful as Robert, the successful publisher, who puts indelectable perspective the fact that he is also a feckless and cuckoldedhusband. Patricia Hodge, a beautiful and talented British actress whoseimpressive body of works rarely make it to this side of the pond, is utterlyperfect as...
Emma (Patricia Hodges) is married with Robert (Ben Kingsley), who is thebest friend of Jerry (Jeremy Irons), who is the lover of Emma. Theoriginality of this romance is the way it is told to the viewer,backwards,from the present to the past. Although being theatrical, it is supportedbyan outstandin...
Ben Kingsley, in his finest film, plays "Jerry", a sweet likable guymarried to "Emma", played by the famous British actress Patricia Hodge.Jeremy Irons plays "Robert" who is Jerry's best friend, and who is alsosleeping with Emma.This innovative movie plays backwards in time, starting at a cafemeetin...
Exquisite play by Pinter, and screenplay has fantastic dialog. Actingby three main characters - played by Ben Kingsley, Jeremy Irons, andPatricia Hodge - is brilliant. You get pulled into watching eachexpression, each word. As the movie unfolds, and the deeper you getinto it, you can see what is "be...
Wonderful movie...left a lasting impression, though I haven't seen itin many years.It's a very well-structured movie; the performances, as I rememberthem, are stellar. I especially remember Ben Kingsley's reaction tofinding out about the "affair" his wife has been having. Yikes. Veryconvincing. Hodg...
"Betrayal" is a filmed version of a Harold Pinter play. It's veryEnglish, meaning that although it deals with highly emotional mattersof marital infidelities, the principles restrain their visible emotionsas much as they can. Were the same story told in Italy, America orRussia, we'd expect considera...
An ingeniously constructed movie, adapted from his play, by celebratedwriter Harold Pinter, directed by Sam Spiegel, "Betrayal" shows inreverse order, the end and beginning of an extra-marital affair betweena gallery-owner and her publisher husband's best friend. In a reversalof convention, we see t...
What a refreshing break from all the mindless noise of much of moderncinema this little-seen film is! You actually get to hear people TALK -perhaps too much, for some tastes, but when the dialogue is so expertlywritten (by Harold Pinter), why complain? The time-in-reverse gimmickputs an interesting ...
In 'Betrayal' the narrative is presented backwards, a gimmick employedlater by Christopher Nolan in his breakthrough film Memento (2001).Here, we have the breakup of a relationship presented at the beginningand we come to learn later (unfortunately much later) what it was thatgot the couple together...
It was the first movie I ever walked out of, too; in fact, I might havebeen cubear's date. I was with my girlfriend at the time, and we walkedout about a half hour in. Horrible. A lot of hyper-dramatic dialoguepresented out of chronological sequence so it was almost impossible tofollow, and I just d...
This was a horrible movie. It seemed to have nothing but head shots oftwopeople talking about their relationship, which I found incredibly boring.The bizarre moving backwards in time made it incomprehensible as well -Memento made moving backwards a key part of the movie, whereas here itseemed to be...
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