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The Sheltering Sky

It is the story of American artists Porte and Kate Moresby (John Malkovich and Debra Winger), who are fighting a battle with their contemporary reality. Now, the duo are looking for new experiences that can give new meaning to their lives, especially their relationship. In a short period, the pair appear to be drifting into the void in North Africa after the war during that period.
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James Sanford on Film
August 05, 2003 Soul searching is rarely a thrill a minute but it's rarely as tedious as this. ...Oscar-bait it may be, but "The Sheltering Sky" is more deserving of the First Annual Chicken Little Award.
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December 07, 2007 Disappointing.
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December 07, 2007 Those who haven't read the book will be left bewildered.
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Chicago Sun-Times
January 01, 2000 The book is so complete, so deep and so self-contained that it shuts the movie out. Bertolucci shows us the outsides and the surfaces, and a person seeing this movie without having read the book might ask what it is about.
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Washington Post
January 01, 2000 [A] frustrating, monotonously obscure movie.
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TV Guide
December 07, 2007 Brimming with obscure meaning and devoid of drive and fervor, the film dries up in that symbolic desert sun, the victim of its own pretensions and a casualty of trying to film something best suited to the realm of cult literature.
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Time Out
June 24, 2006 As you'd expect, it's a big, handsome film, rich and strange in psychological depths and eroticism. Malkovich and Winger play woundingly well.
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Chicago Reader
December 07, 2007 A disappointingly reductive adaptation of Paul Bowles's first novel.
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New York Times
May 20, 2003 A long, beautifully modulated cry of despair.
Ozus' World Movie Reviews
March 11, 2011 Filled with stunning visuals.
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