Sweet November

BBB

(out of 5)


 gives an excellent performance as a free-spirited young woman who unlocks the guarded heart of a cold and selfish advertising executive (Reeves), getting him to leave his job behind and awaken to his real emotions. She shows him the best parts of life and then goes all terminal illness on us.  The spin here is that Theron’s performance is so warm that the lesser moments of the film (like all the scenes involving , a poster child for planned parenthood if ever I’ve seen one) maybe won’t be forgiven but at least they can be cheerfully ignored. Reeves’ performance, unfortunately, is so very wooden (even by his standards) that his scenes without his leading lady will make you turn green (just watch the part where he pitches an account to a hot dog company).


Warner Bros., Bel Air Entertainment, 3 Arts Entertainment

USA, 2001

Directed by

Story by , , Screenplay by Kurt Voelker, based on the screenplay by

Cinematography by

Produced by , , ,

Music by

Production Design by

Costume Design by

Film Editing by

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