REVIEW | A Letter to Three Wives




‘A brief browse on the internet through Hollywood films released in the ‘40s and ‘50s will reveal no small number of ensemble-driven, narrative-fractured pictures. But only a number of those fully grabbed the potential of such devices, and made it feel indispensable to that particular story; one such movie is 1949’s A Letter to Three Wives, a domestic parable of three women who revisit their respective pasts in a desperate attempt to make sense of their present.’

Check out my review at Flickreel.

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