Blood Oranges (1999) - Rotten Tomatoes

Blood Oranges (1999)





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A free-wheeling married couple involves another couple in a foursome and learns that the sexual revolution leaves much to be desired. Set in 1970, this drama from Philip and Belinda Haas (Angels and Insects) is based on Howard Hawks' novel.

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Laila Robins
as Catherine
Rachael Bella
as Meredith
Aida Lopez
as Rosella
Maya Zapata
as Goat Girl
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Critic Reviews for Blood Oranges

All Critics (4)

With repeated use of such ridiculous, 'risqué' terms as 'the love lunch' and 'sex singer,' can anyone take this film seriously as drama or erotica?

December 23, 2006 | Rating: 0/4 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Blood Oranges

This film is from the 1997 Toronto International Film Festival, and its a film I would expect at a Film Festival it just had that theme about it. Philip Haas took what would have been just another story and turned it into a masterpiece. The backgrounds were fantastic, and locations out of this world. Story about Love, Romance, Sex and Desire. Put me in a house like this to live. As far as the love life sorry don't share with anyone. Its worth 4 stars. If you haven't seen films from International Film Festivals you should, most never see the light of day on TV or US Movie theaters, you will be shocked at what you can find. Again 4 Stars

Bruce Bruce
Bruce Bruce

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An intriguing movie about love, relationships, and blind desires. Interesting story plot and cast.

Leo L
Leo L

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i remember thinking this movie was okay, I really had wanted to see it because I loved Haas' Music of Chance and Angels and Insects, and then was shocked when everyone hate, hate, hated it. I'd be hard pressed to remember much about it, except that it kept my attention throughout. Should really rewatch this one.

Christopher  Brown
Christopher Brown

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