The Whisperers movie reviews and comments

7.1

The Whisperers
  • 01 January 1967

  • Thriller / Drama

  • UK

  • 105 min

  • Nominated for Oscar. Another 8 wins & 2 nominations

  • 7.1

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aandcbolt

Karma195758

Grade

A+

great movie!03 September 2019

grim tale about the loneliness and vulnerability of old age

Lovin Movies Berry Much

Karma104285

Grade

C+

The Whisperers16 October 2012

I thought this was a pretty good story and the black and white quality was super. I would like to see these oldies in the widescreen format to fit my new screen lol.

Lizzy

Karma1739540

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B+

I cant fathom parting with my money to see it despite the good reviews.31 January 2012

I cant fathom parting with my money to see it despite the good reviews.

JT

Karma1757100

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B+

Thanks01 January 2012

This has good reviews, I just cant fathom parting with my money to see it.

Lizzy

Karma1739540

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C+

Thanks for that comment good to know21 March 2011

Thanks for that comment good to know

JT

Karma1757100

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C+

thanks16 February 2011

Thanks for commenting, helps us to know if we should check it out.

Let's Go To The Movies!

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B+

Gritty05 February 2011

Stunning drama about loneliness, old age, and paranoia in this up-scale "kitchen sink" film from United Artists. Dame Edith Evans is particularly adept at disappearing into her role as the beseiged woman who only has her fantasies to keep her company.

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