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(1544) 6.7 96 min 2018

The Third Wife is a movie starring Hong Chuong Nguyen, Long Le Vu, and Nu Yên-Khê Tran. In 19th century rural Vietnam, May is ready to become the third wife of a wealthy landowner. Little does she know that her hidden desires will...

Maya, Nu Yên-Khê Tran, Long Le Vu, Hong Chuong Nguyen
Ash Mayfair

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Ash Mayfair
Writer Ash Mayfair
Stars Maya, Nu Yên-Khê Tran, Long Le Vu, Hong Chuong Nguyen
Country Vietnam
Also Known As Trzecia żona, Vợ Ba, A Terceira Esposa, Người Vợ Ba, La tercera esposa, Treća žena, 落紅, 第三夫人と髪飾り
Runtime 1H 36M
Description In 19th century rural Vietnam, May is ready to become the third wife of a wealthy landowner. Little does she know that her hidden desires will force her to decide between living in safety and being free.

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Monday, 07 Sep 2020 16:46

The third wife is a film of one of the great romantic novels of the 20th century, "The third wife" written by Susan Orlean in 1975. In this film she and her husband travel to Berlin for her doctor's appointment and the reason for this is because her husband wants to write her a story. She says, "That's it? You want to write me a story?" He said, "Yes, please write me a story". The husband is a German film director, Werner Herzog. The two of them have been married for 12 years, but it doesn't feel that long. They are in their 60's. They were like this when they met and even after they were married. They still have a lot of mutual feelings for each other, they can talk about this, talk about that. This is very beautiful. They look into each other's eyes and they are still like this. But they have some problems. They are not too happy with their marriage, they feel they are not good husbands. This is when she discovers he has been writing a story for a woman that he is going to meet. And this is the reason for their trip to Berlin, because this woman, the story's writer, is actually a woman that they meet in the subway and that this woman's husband is really not that happy with her either. And this is really not good. They meet again, they go back to Berlin and she says, "I am not good enough for you." And this is when they are at the end of their marriage. She really is a woman that she wants to meet a woman like that, a woman like that that she writes a story about. This is one of the great love stories of all time. It's a great film. It's a wonderful film. It's a great love story and I think it's the greatest film of all time. 9/10
Thursday, 06 Aug 2020 12:18

I have just watched the third film in the BBC adaptation of the novel of the same name, "The Third Wife" (or "The Trouble with the Third Wife" in the US). I saw it in a single theatre and there was a lot of quiet and I didn't hear much else. The film was directed by Alex Thomson who also directed the third film in the BBC version of "The Constant Gardener" (one of my favourite films). "The Third Wife" is the story of how a British man's wife leaves him. He does not have an excuse and cannot forgive himself for his neglect. The film is also about the experience of family in a post-conflict setting, in a country where the traditional rules of behaviour have been broken and the only social norm is to leave the country and not be seen in public. It is also about the relationship between the man and his wife, and the love they have for each other. There is a great deal of humour in the film, especially in the second half, with a bit of action, also with humour and action, and some dramatic scenes. The story is told with the honesty and detail of a documentary. I have seen "The Constant Gardener" twice and this is the first time I have seen the BBC version. I have been a fan of both and I think I will watch "The Trouble with the Third Wife" again, the second time around. If you liked "The Constant Gardener" and "The Third Wife", then I recommend this film. If you did not like "The Constant Gardener" and "The Third Wife", then I recommend that you do not watch "The Third Wife" and if you do not like the BBC version of "The Third Wife", then you should not watch this film either. "The Third Wife" is a powerful film and one that I will be watching again and again. It is a beautiful, dramatic, and funny film that has strong emotional and comic elements that make the film not only feel like a real movie but also make you feel as though you are part of the story. In a word, I would give this film 9 out of 10 stars.
Wednesday, 29 Jul 2020 03:15

I am a very discerning film viewer, and when I first saw the title of this film I thought it sounded too long and pretentious. But I was wrong. I was wrong for the most part. I found myself with no idea where the story was going. The movie is about 2 women and the events they go through. They are a single mother and a long time married woman, with an elderly mother and two daughters. They live in a small house in a tiny village. Their lives are quiet and they have a housekeeper and her daughter. They also have 2 dogs, which are also their friends. The two women are very similar in their behavior, but are also very different in their personalities. The older woman is very self-centered and only cares about herself, and the younger one is more independent and focuses on her career. There is one big thing that makes this film so great, and that is the performance of Tilda Swinton. She does a fantastic job. I love how she uses her voice and how she is able to show so much emotion. I was so touched by her character and she does a great job showing so much emotion, especially when she is crying. I loved the way she was able to express herself through her body language, and also her facial expressions. She was just so good in this movie. She was amazing. The other great performance was by Cate Blanchett. She was very good in this movie and did a good job showing the opposite of her character. She was very controlling and not really likeable, but she was a good actress. I loved how she was able to show the personality of the older woman and how she was a very controlling and not caring person. The younger woman was also very good in this movie, and did a great job showing her own emotions. The woman in charge of the household did a great job in showing how she was able to make the elderly mother feel like she was at home, and also the little girl. Overall, I thought this was a very good movie, and I am glad I went to see it, and I hope others who see this film will go to see it, because it is a great movie. It was great and it was good, and it was also good. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who wants to watch a great film.
Wednesday, 22 Jul 2020 11:00

In the early days of Hollywood, in the years before it became an industry, a woman's role was as an "object of interest", a object of interest to men, in the sense that a man's view of her was colored by his own insecurities and ambitions. This was the time when two-story houses with lawns, white picket fences, and aloof suburban homes were a standard for a middle class life in the USA. A woman's role was to be an object of interest, and a young woman's role was to be a sex object, a sex object to be enjoyed by men. (In the seventies, in the film, the role of the woman has shifted to a role of interest to the male, and in the early eighties, to a role of interest to her husband, although this is not as clear). In these years, Hollywood took its cues from the public's perceptions of the way women were perceived and from the social role of women in their society. At the same time, Hollywood started to cultivate a sophisticated taste in its work, and the film industry's standards became more refined. The modern movie industry's standards of taste, as well as its standards of visual aesthetics, became more sophisticated. (Note: there is a very good description of the technical terms used in this film at this website.) The "war" between Hollywood and the progressive film industry over the role of women in the industry became an interesting film. However, I would not have been surprised to learn that the war actually began well before the film industry changed its standards, and that the current war has been going on for over thirty years. The movie is a good example of a movie about the current conflict between progressive and conservative standards of taste and values. However, the movie has much more to offer, as a great example of the clash between modern, modern, and progressive standards of taste and values.
Thursday, 11 Jun 2020 21:28

In the film "Third Wife" about a young woman and her two teenage sons who are about to leave their abusive family home, the mother (Rosamund Pike) struggles with the problems that come with being a single parent. The younger son (Jack Dylan Grazer) is a bit of a delinquent, but he's also a bit of a popular guy, so he gets a lot of attention from his schoolmates. The mother's husband (Michael Shannon) and his two sons are very good to her, and she takes it all in stride, as it's never a problem for them to have any visitors. The younger son has a boyfriend (Joseph Gilgun) who is sort of obsessed with the older son. It's all a bit too convenient for her. The father (Tom Wilkinson) is quite rude and possessive, and he doesn't seem to be caring about anything other than the family business. And then there's the son's sister (Emily Mortimer) who is quite feisty and determined, and she's not afraid to put her own feelings aside when things get rough. I'm a bit biased because I'm her niece. And she's actually quite a lovely girl. The mother's other son, David (Alexander Skarsgard), is quite friendly with her and also loves her, but he has his own problems. The film isn't a whole lot of what it's made out to be, but it's still pretty interesting. There are a lot of twists and turns, and the whole thing is really suspenseful. It's one of those films that you can't help but like. There are some pretty gruesome scenes, and the whole thing is somewhat predictable. I liked it. There is one annoying aspect of the film, though, and that's the daughter's sexual orientation. I didn't find it too objectionable, but it's not exactly uplifting. I didn't really see what it was supposed to say, but it's not a bad thing. I don't think it's one of those films that you can take your kids to, though, because it's quite violent, especially at the end, and it's quite disturbing. I don't think it's particularly good, but it's quite entertaining. It's not a movie I would recommend to people, but I don't think it's bad. It's not great, but it's not bad. It's a good film, but not a great one. I recommend it, though, because I thought it was pretty good.

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