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BruceM over 2 years ago
Great love story-some lesser characters stand out - does not show age - great acting
Jonathan Evans almost 5 years ago
Brilliant characters beautifully filmed. He didn't even take too long to die.
Natasha Marchev 6 years ago
Ralph at his best
Saška Svirac 6 years ago
szerelem, szerelem
Fernando Olivas over 6 years ago
Come on! Just break my heart already!
Zan over 6 years ago
най-любимият ми за всички времена
Diogo Almeida over 7 years ago
melvyne edwards over 7 years ago
ralph finnes brilliant
Don Lathrop 9 months ago
Mennah Ahmed Maher over 1 year ago
Matthew Bettencourt over 1 year ago
N B over 1 year ago
nazanin zakizadeh over 1 year ago
Lauren Armstrong almost 2 years ago
Sylvia over 2 years ago
Mike Parsons over 2 years ago
Marlene over 2 years ago
Robert Schwarz over 2 years ago
Lucas Ayala over 2 years ago
The English Patient is a 1996 romantic drama film based on the novel of the same name by Sri Lankan-Canadian writer Michael Ondaatje. The film, written for the screen and directed by Anthony Minghella, won nine Academy Awards, including Best Picture. Ondaatje worked closely with the filmmakers. Set before and during World War II, The English Patient is a story of love, fate, misunderstanding and healing. Told in a series of flashbacks, the film can best be explained by unwinding it into its two chronological phases. The film is set during World War II and depicts a critically burned man, at first known only as "the English patient," who is being looked after by Hana (Juliette Binoche), a French-Canadian nurse in an abandoned Italian monastery. The patient is reluctant to disclose any personal information but through a series of flashbacks, viewers are allowed into his past. It is slowly revealed that he is in fact a Hungarian geographer, Count László de Almásy (Ralph Fiennes), who was...
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