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Days of Wine and Roses 1962 123movies

Days of Wine and Roses 1962 123movies

From the days of wine and roses, finally comes a night like this.117 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Joe Clay is a top-notch public relations man. Anything a client wants Joe can arrange for them, whether it be dancing girls or an article in a prominent magazine. Part of the job however is drinking and Joe’s ability to consume alcohol seems boundless. When he meets the very pretty Kirsten Arnasen, she prefers chocolate to alcohol but Joe has a solution to that in the form of a Brandy Alexander (made up of brandy and creme de cocoa). They eventually marry but their love is insufficient to prevent them from the downward spiral that alcohol brings to them. They try desperately to break the habit but continually relapse until only one of them manages to break free.
Plot: An alcoholic falls in love with and gets married to a young woman, whom he systematically addicts to booze so they can share his “passion” together.
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Days of Wine and Roses 1962 123movies 1 Days of Wine and Roses 1962 123movies 27.9/10 Votes: 11,597
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Reviews:

It’s as true to life as a vodka martini.

The above quote is from director Blake Edwards, it’s taken from the highly recommended commentary track he provides on the DVD for this excellent and compelling piece of work.

Joe is a social drinker but he’s social all the time, during one of his arranged parties for a client he meets and falls in love with teetotal Kirsten. They get married and changes start to dominate their marital bliss, he is stressed from work and drinks daily to forget the rigours of the job, she being the loving wife chooses to drink with him to help ease his pain, but soon the joyous days of wine & roses will turn to something dark and terribly turbulent, and this will threaten their own respective sanity.

The film begins with Henry Mancini’s academy award winning title theme tune, it’s a truly beautiful piece of music that perfectly sets the tone of the film for its first third, it lulls you into this couples love, the bond they share is a truly wonderful thing, it really is all sweetness and light, but then the bottle becomes part of this couples life, they become a threesome from which only dark horrors will form. Containing emotionally shattering scenes that once viewed can not be forgotten (witness Joe’s soul destroying search for liquor in a greenhouse), Days Of Wine & Roses still manages not to force feed the viewer a moralistic stance, it lays down the facts of alcoholism and the perils of co-dependency with honest appraisal, we as the viewers are left in no doubt that it is us, and us only, that can make of it as we see fit, the ending especially is a particular poser of which we ourselves seek clarity.

Wonderfully written by the talented hands of J.P. Miller, Days Of Wine And Roses boasts marvellous direction from Blake Edwards and two academy award nominated performances from Jack Lemmon & Lee Remick, it’s a testament to all involved that come the finale the viewer feels drained, yet strangely…not at all thirsty for the amber nectar.

Review By: John Chard Rating: 9 Date: 2017-02-08
This is an intriguing, heavy drama about the downward spiral into alcoholism, and how it irrevocably tore apart the lives of one man and his wife. I have some respect for Blake Edwards, having seen this, as I previously had a low opinion of him after seeing The Pink Panther, which to this day I do not understand why it was so successful. But I’m not reviewing The Pink Panther, so I’ll lay off it for now. In Days of Wine and Roses, Jack Lemmon really is brilliant, and Lee Remick is disturbingly realistic. The film is right up there with The Lost Weekend (1945), and the story carries an important moral lesson, which it delivers with a punch.

Would I recommend? Yes. But to the mature viewer, who can really understand and appreciate it.

Review By: barrymost Rating: 9 Date: 2019-09-30
Mesmerizing
Like standing on the edge of a black hole, this movie tantalizes the audience in the beginning, then plunges you into the dark, vast horror of alcoholism.

Jack Lemmon has always been a personal favorite of mine, especially for screwball comedy. But, just like Robin Williams, Lemmon is capable of turning heads w/ his dramatic roles. “The Days of Wine and Roses” is a showcase of that dramatic talent. And along with Lee Remick, this film’s performances exceed all expectations. The direction and cinematography utilizes the black and white medium to it’s fullest extent, while the script is earthy, human and most of all, believable.

This is a tour de force in the craft of modern filmmaking. And an absolutely essential requirement for aficionados of the dramatic genre. How Remick and Lemmon managed to be past up for the best actor/actress Oscar for their phenomenal performances never ceases to amaze me. Twenty years later, their performances are just as fresh, relevant and just as powerful.

There was no sugarcoated ended. This film sought to depict alcoholism as the demon it truly is, and that sometimes, people just don’t get well, despite all the love and support that’s offered to them.

If you’ve never seen it, rent it. Just be sure to rent it in letterbox, to maintain the movies original ratio. A film this beautiful needs to be seen in it’s best form. Take someone you love along with you for the ride.

Review By: redservo Rating: 9 Date: 2003-08-10
Mesmerizing
Like standing on the edge of a black hole, this movie tantalizes the audience in the beginning, then plunges you into the dark, vast horror of alcoholism.

Jack Lemmon has always been a personal favorite of mine, especially for screwball comedy. But, just like Robin Williams, Lemmon is capable of turning heads w/ his dramatic roles. “The Days of Wine and Roses” is a showcase of that dramatic talent. And along with Lee Remick, this film’s performances exceed all expectations. The direction and cinematography utilizes the black and white medium to it’s fullest extent, while the script is earthy, human and most of all, believable.

This is a tour de force in the craft of modern filmmaking. And an absolutely essential requirement for aficionados of the dramatic genre. How Remick and Lemmon managed to be past up for the best actor/actress Oscar for their phenomenal performances never ceases to amaze me. Twenty years later, their performances are just as fresh, relevant and just as powerful.

There was no sugarcoated ended. This film sought to depict alcoholism as the demon it truly is, and that sometimes, people just don’t get well, despite all the love and support that’s offered to them.

If you’ve never seen it, rent it. Just be sure to rent it in letterbox, to maintain the movies original ratio. A film this beautiful needs to be seen in it’s best form. Take someone you love along with you for the ride.

Review By: redservo Rating: 9 Date: 2003-08-10

Other Information:

Original Title Days of Wine and Roses
Release Date 1962-12-26
Release Year 1962

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 57 min (117 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated Approved
Genre Drama
Director Blake Edwards
Writer J.P. Miller
Actors Jack Lemmon, Lee Remick, Charles Bickford, Jack Klugman
Country USA
Awards Won 1 Oscar. Another 9 wins & 13 nominations.
Production Company Warner Brothers, Jalem Productions
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Mono (RCA Sound Recording)
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm

Days of Wine and Roses 1962 123movies
Days of Wine and Roses 1962 123movies
Days of Wine and Roses 1962 123movies
Days of Wine and Roses 1962 123movies
Days of Wine and Roses 1962 123movies
Days of Wine and Roses 1962 123movies
Days of Wine and Roses 1962 123movies
Days of Wine and Roses 1962 123movies
Days of Wine and Roses 1962 123movies
Days of Wine and Roses 1962 123movies
Original title Days of Wine and Roses
TMDb Rating 7.6 104 votes

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