The Age of Innocence

1993

Drama / Romance

6
IMDb Rating 7.3

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138 min
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English
23.976 /
138 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by marcosaguado 10

I saw "The Aviator" a couple of days ago and while I still have Howard Hughes flying through my brain I felt the need to see again another Scorsese. I have all of his films in my collection. I closed my eyes and picked one, just like that, at random. "The Age Of Innocence" This is what happens with great artists, you can always re visit them and you'll come out of the experience with something new, something valuable. Transported by the sublime voice of Joanne Woodward I took the trip again to discover that everything in this extraordinary universe that Martin Scorsese, based on Edith Wharton work, is not what it appears. Conventions out of the window, breaking every imaginable rule. Just as the characters get off their trucks, swimming against the tide of the times. Scorsese breaks cinematic rules with such artistry that we're allow to inspect, re live and enjoy a story as old as the world from a completely new perspective. Is as if Luchino Visconti had suddenly woken up with a new contemporary sight to look back with. Daniel Day Lewis is so marvelous that the pain of his predicament becomes more than visual, becomes visceral. For Michelle Pfeiffer and Winona Ryder this was the zenith of their careers. They are sensational. The casting, as usual in a Scorsese film, is superb even in the smallest roles. Glimpses of Sian Phillips, Alexis Smith and Geraldine Chaplin add to the pleasures, making this overwhelming banquet of a film one of the most rewarding film experiences I've ever had.

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Reviewed by sundog1 10

I actually saw this movie when it was released in 1993, and honestly it was pretty dull then. Of course I was 22, and the workings of that late-1800&#39;s New York society really didn&#39;t make much sense or have much relevance.<br/><br/>I think the film may have been ignored at its release because of the slew of other &quot;period pieces&quot; which were so popular (an eventually common) in the late 80&#39;s/early 90&#39;s... But watching it again 10 years later, this film is anything but common.<br/><br/>The true intensity is Scorcese&#39;s detached presentation of a hypocritical &amp; hateful society which holds its members as prisoners.<br/><br/>Not to mention impeccable art direction &amp; beautiful cinematography by the legendary Michael Ballhaus. The film looks as impressionistic as the paintings that line the walls of the characters&#39; homes.<br/><br/>Scorsese is always acute in his casting decisions, and this is one of the films many virtues:<br/><br/>Lewis is perfect as a man who&#39;s struggle between his passion &amp; his duty are constantly on the verge of devouring him (yet somehow he thrives on his torture).<br/><br/>Ryder is the seemingly innocent &amp; naive girl who is completely manipulative &amp; cunning underneath her exterior (gee, who would have thought?!) -- notice the arching scene.<br/><br/>In a sense, this was one of Pfeiffer&#39;s defining roles. Pfeiffer herself (in a sense) is an &quot;outcast&quot; who has never truly been accepted as a &quot;serious&quot; actress by her peers in the acting community. Watching this film again, it amazes me how this role somehow reflects her personal position in the current social structure of Hollywood, similar to her character existing in 1800&#39;s New York society.<br/><br/>Wow...<br/><br/>What an amazing pic. I completely &quot;missed it&quot; the first time around. Great observance of &quot;high society.&quot; Many of those codes are strangely applicable today.<br/><br/>Not recommended for those who like fast paced movies, or those who are looking for the &quot;usual Scorcese.&quot; I would couple this with &quot;Last Temptation of Christ&quot; as Scorsese&#39;s most brave, artistic, demanding &amp; abstract films to date.

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Reviewed by Woody-82 9

For those who wonder what is Mr. Scorsese looking for in a film like &quot;The Age of Innocence&quot;, (probably more suitable to a director such as James Ivory), the man himself gives the answer: &quot;This film deals with the same matters that can be found in my work in the last 25 years. There is guilt, desire, obsessed passion and the weakness to satisfy that passion&quot;.<br/><br/>The story takes place in New York, around 1880. Newland Archer (Daniel Day-Lewis) must choose between his current fiancee May Welland (Winona Ryder) and her cousin who has just arrived from Poland and is recently divorced, Helen Ollenska (Michelle Pfeiffer). May is the symbol of a world he&#39;s familiar with, and Helen represents the world he&#39;s dreaming of.<br/><br/>Living in a conservative world full of compromises, Newland is as much trapped by his social circle as the Italian-American heroes of Mean Streets and GoodFellas. However, the Mafia here is called New York aristocracy and kills with words, with a gesture or with a look of contempt and rejection, instead of using guns. Scorsese fans who expect to see psychotic characters, violence or De Niro-style performances, will be disappointed. Everything in this movie is based on the observation and recording of the social behaviour codes, the unexpressed feelings and of things which are not not said but implied. Scorsese portrayed with absolute preciseness, almost paragraph to paragraph, Edith Wharton&#39;s classic novel. However, he managed to give the film his own unique personal view, proving his gigantic talent and that he&#39;s capable of creating masterpieces, whatever the heroes, the story or the genre of the film. Winona Ryder should definitely have won the Oscar for her wonderful performance, but Lewis and Pfeiffer are marvellous as well. What&#39;s left to say? The Age of Innocence is an un-excusably underrated all time classic.

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