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East Of Eden

Cal (James Dean) and Aron (Richard Davalos) are the sons of a modestly successful farmer and wartime draft board chairman. Cal is moody and embittered by his belief that his father favors Aron. Although both Cal and Aron had long been led to believe that their mother had died 'and gone to heaven,' the opening scene reveals Cal has apparently learned that his mother is still alive, owning and running a successful brothel in nearby Monterey.
Duration: 118 min
Quality: HD
Release: 1955
IMDb: 7.8
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Turner Classic Movies Online
January 29, 2009 East of Eden is set in 1917 but [James] Dean feels completely modern and contemporary, a boy not quite comfortable in his body.
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Time Out
January 26, 2006 It's a film of great performances, atmospheric photography, and a sure sense of period and place.
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Total Film
April 14, 2014 Catches fire in the clashes between Dean (as the bad brother) and Raymond Massey as his stiff-necked dad.
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Classic Film and Television
November 28, 2015 Rich historical detail and good visuals make interesting film.
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Los Angeles Times
December 06, 2005 Not only one of Kazan's richest films and Dean's first significant role, it is also arguably the actor's best performance.
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Chicago Reader
November 01, 2007 John Steinbeck's painful biblical allegory -- Genesis replayed in Monterey, California, circa 1917 -- is more palatable on the screen, thanks to the down-to-earth performances of James Dean as Cal/Cain and Richard Davalos as Aron/Abel.
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New York Times
May 20, 2003 In short, there is energy and intensity but little clarity and emotion in this film. It is like a great, green iceberg: mammoth and imposing but very cold.
Ozus' World Movie Reviews
December 02, 2007 Kazan had the bad sense to leave out the best parts from the lengthy book.
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Film Freak Central
May 11, 2011 a reaction to our plutocracy's values and a further case for Dean as the sainted figure of rebellion that would fuel the generational schism of the '60s.
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