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Intense Subject and Portrayals
2015年8月22日 - (Amazon.com)
I found this movie to be very intense. Andy Garcia is an outstanding actor. I am a fan of his and am never disappointed by his performances. This film handles painful subject matter, to say the least. I found myself in tears very early on.(!) The story is powerful, the messages are important and the portrayals by all actors were credible and moving. I wish to advise viewers though, that this one is heavy. One should prepare for an emotional and heart-wrenching experience.
2016年5月31日 - (Amazon.com)
OMG! OMG! OMG! When I ordered this I had no idea how good this was going to be! It was suspenseful and had me sitting on the edge of my seat from beginning right up to the end. It has all the things you like about Garcia, the eyes, the emotion, the family man.
The Unsaid Says A Lot
2004年1月2日 - (Amazon.com)
The very best actors are primarily interested in expressing their talent and making a good movie. Andy Garcia and Al Pacino are two that come to mind. Both seem to work with their supporting cast to bring out the best in them. This is definitely the case in "The Unsaid" and it's wonderful to watch talented actors working together to make an entertaining movie. The movie has no shallow parts and deals with the subject of a child's suicide and the aftermath realistically. Sometimes it's hard to watch because you deeply feel the pain of the father played by Andy Garcia. It shows how suicide tears the family structure apart. The remaining sibling feels neglected by her father and each family member feels responsible for the death in some way. The father is a psychologist but cannot deal with his own pain. In this frame of mind, he starts treating a patient that has experienced the murder of his mother that is the same age as his dead son. Two wounded souls are given an opportunity to either face the truth and start healing or repress the truth and destroy themselves. Both have secrets and shame they are hiding. A touching movie with some wonderful acting.
The Unsaid Says It All
2003年8月6日 - (Amazon.com)
This movie stays with you long after it's over. "The Unsaid" speaks volumes about how you can totally miss what is going on with a person. Andy Garcia is a Psycholoist who has lost his son through suicide. His acting is superb in his portrayal of a man in the grip of grief and guilt. But through an opportunity to work with another young man, he is faced with his own demons and those of the young man (brilliantly played by Vincent Kartheiser). There are twists and turns and edge of your seat suspense up until the very end, which ends on a positive note. I found myself watching this movie more than once. But be prepared because the emotions involved can be quite intense. Having a teenager of my own, I could relate to many of the relationships in the movie. Looking for something a little different, I was surprisingly fortunate to stumble onto this gem.
2017年7月19日 - (Amazon.com)
The movie arrived with a broken case...