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Frida back to product details

Pretty good, all said and done...
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written by monstress July 8, 2005 - 5:44 PM PDT
2 out of 3 members found this review helpful
Hayek is intense, Molina is complicated and infuriating, Taymor is reverent and willing to push into and out of Kahlo's paintings with painstaking care. There are glitches in the mix-why in the heck can Ashley Judd not do a decent accent? Her spanish one is as bad as her southern one-and the woman is from the south! And the little hint that Frida and Josephine Baker got it on in Paris is so yuckishly implied... Sigh. Small complaints, sure, but I am too tired to rant on some of the weak plot points right now.

It's definetly worth a watch, but only as a rental.

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