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The story of a husband who suspects his wife of adultery, and sets out to track down the other man in her life. Abigail : [answering phone] Hello? Peter : Listen, can I talk to you? Abigail : Yeah. Just talk dad, it's what people do on phones.
In. Play trailer Drama Mystery Thriller. Director Richard Eyre. Top credits Director Richard Eyre. Trailer The Other Man. Photos Top cast Edit. Liam Neeson Peter as Peter.
Antonio Banderas Rafe as Rafe. Laura Linney Lisa as Lisa. Romola Garai Abigail as Abigail. Abigail Canton Deer as Deer. Pam Ferris Vera as Vera. Paterson Joseph Ralph as Ralph. Craig Parkinson George as George. Lola Peploe Eleanor as Eleanor. Richard Graham Eric as Eric.
Lisa McDonald Receptionist as Receptionist. Emma Fielding Gail as Gail. Paul Ritter Guy as Guy. Amanda Drew Joy as Joy. Richard Eyre.
More like this. Storyline Edit. In Cambridge, software engineer Peter Liam Neeson and shoe deer Lisa are successful in their careers and have been happily married for twenty-five years. When Lisa is gone, Peter finds a message in her cell phone and decides to snoop her e-mails and discovers in a secret folder named Love that she had a lover, Ralph.
Peter travels to Milano and stalks Ralph; he finds that the man plays chess in a bar. Peter gets close to Ralph and discusses his relationship with Lisa without knowing that he is her husband.
Is knowing the truth worth living a lie? Did you know Edit. Trivia Laura Linney replaced Juliette Binoche. Quotes Abigail : [answering phone] Hello? User reviews 87 Review. Top review. Good Love Story. Peter Neeson discovers his wife Lisa Linneyis having an affair.
He vows to find the Other Man, Ralph Banderas. This is a strange love story, but a good one nevertheless. No, nothing uncomfortable in here. There will be a bombshell almost near the end.
Deal with it. We all had to. To have Liam Neeson and Antonio Banderas in a movie together is pure gold and the performances by the rest of the cast are extremely well done. It's kind of hard to talk about the story without giving the bombshell away. Many will say it was predictable and that's a cop-out as yes, there is nothing new under the sun. But, it's all in the telling and that is why we watch. We know the outcomes of most stories, but again, it's in the telling that counts. And, this one is good in the telling.
And, also there is some suspense and tension and those are needed for a good story. At times, you really are not sure where this is going and you may find yourself holding your breath. The only complaint I have are the flashbacks.
Until we really get to know the characters we are not sure if we are in the present or are taken back in time. But, we catch on, we usually do. But a different color filter could be used for flashbacks and we would quickly know we are in a flashback. Hey, I'm just saying.
This probably went straight to DVD because there were no explosions, shootings, unbelievable stunts or the almost ever-present CGI. Hey, it's a love story. Violence: No. Sex: No, but you see positions for. Nudity: Yes. Language: Yes, briefly in the beginning. Details Edit. Release date May 27, France.
United Kingdom United States. Image Entertainment United States. Lake Como, Lombardia, Italy. Rainmark Films. Box office Edit. Technical specs Edit. Runtime 1h 28min. Dolby Digital. Related news. May 20 The Wrap. Contribute to this Suggest an edit or add missing content. Top Gap. Edit. See the full list. Most Anticipated Netflix Releases.
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