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James

However, the talented Mr. Ripley, thanks to Ms. Highsmith, manages to live on in several more of her novels.

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Gustavo

Rene Clement does a very job in interpreting the nuances of Patricia Highsmith book. Also every character is multidimensional, as opposed to the cheesy The Talented Mr. Ripley by Anthony Minghella, which filled the movie with morals and cheap tricks.
Purple Noon is a superb film

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Frank Sherman

This movie is supposed to be VERY good. It has one of my very favorite actors in it (Alain Delon) who is so popular in France, we even knew about him in Santa Fe. I remember Ricky was in his Shelby Cobra (red interior) when he was telling me about this new movie I "absolutely" had to check ...Read more

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John

Only the French have been able to interject the complexities of life into an entertainment. Bravo!

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Clinton

Fantastic film I didn't even know existed. The 1999 film is a favorite so this fits right up there with it. The last scene is superb-I clapped like I was at the cinema.

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Alan

Not quite as dark as the novel or the 1999 film, but nicely done.

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Kim

Super nostalgic film. Loved the film and wondered if it had any connection to the US film The talented mr Ripley. Off to google I go.

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Judy

Beautiful piece of work by director and well acted by all.

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Cristobal

Wow, I was not expecting this movie to be this good. Everything about it is on point, characters, plot, setting. My favorite film on Kanopy so far.

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Joshua

Anchored by the sensuality of Alain Delon, Purple Noon has the feeling of a forbidden pleasure. It's tempting to neglect the intellectual and get lost in the carnal. Just as how Ripley's gaze looms over everyone else, we are invited to enjoy Ripley with our own voyeurism.
I feel bad ...Read more