The best films about love and passion
Cinema about love is a terrible cliche, cynics say, and yet … It is saving and all-consuming, passionate and sensual, impudent, beautiful, uncomfortable, but alluring – many films have been made about it for every cinematic taste.
We offer a list of films about love and passion, including 20 + American and European paintings. Their heroes lose their mind and forget about common sense, but in their life there is a lot of passion, sex, sensuality and other bright emotions that are worth experiencing at least once in a lifetime.
The best films about love and passion – “Madness”, 2005
Great Britain, Ireland, 2005
Director: David Mackenzie
Cast: Natasha Richardson, Ian McKellen, Marton Chokash, Hugh Bonneville, Judy Parfitt, Sean Harris, Gus Lewis, Wanda Wentham and others.
England of the fifties … A conservative society seems to be able to stifle any passions born in the head of a respectable mother of the family. Nevertheless, she succumbs to the temptation and is fond of patients in a psychiatric hospital, whose head physician is her husband. Where will this madness of love and passion lead both?
Do Not Go (Non ti muovere)
Films about love and passion: “Do not go away”, 2004
Italy, Spain, Great Britain, 2004
Director: Sergio Castellito
Cast: Penelope Cruz, Sergio Castellito, Claudia Jerini, Natalia Barcelo, Lina Bernardi, Flavio Brunetti, Giorgio Karechcha and others.
A chance meeting in a place forgotten by God determined their fate. Timoteo, a successful doctor, a family man who is preparing for the birth of a second child. Italy is a beggar, not too beautiful, but caring and loving. The destructive passion seemed to leave no choice, but it would still be made.
Films about love and passion: “Wrong”, 2002
USA, Germany, France, 2002
Director: Adrian Line
Cast: Diane Lane, Richard Gere, Olivier Martinez, Zeljko Ivanek, Eric Per Sullivan, Michelle Monaghan and others.
Connie and Edward are a happy family raising an eight-year-old son. One windy day forever changed the life of this couple. A young man with a pleasant French accent turned his head around Coni, who cooled off in her conjugal feelings for a respectable husband, as well as for his stable life in a New York suburb. But all the secret sooner or later becomes apparent …
“Color of Night”
Films about love and passion: “Color of the night”, 1994
Director: Richard Rush
Cast: Bruce Willis, Jane March, Ruben Blades, Leslie Ann Warren, Scott Bakula, Brad Durif, Lance Henriksen, etc.
Psychotherapist Bill Capa lost the patient – right in front of his eyes she threw themselves out of their office window. To recover, he goes to his friend in Los Angeles and becomes a patient in a psychotherapeutic group. Once again, the young and beautiful Rose helps him to see all the colors of life, about which he essentially does not even know anything.
The Bitter Moon
Films about love and passion: “The Bitter Moon”, 1992
France, UK, USA, 1992
Director: Roman Polanski
Cast: Peter Coyote, Emmanuelle Seigner, Hugh Grant, Christine Scott Thomas, Victor Banerjee, Sophie Patel, Patrick Albenck, etc.
Oscar and Mimi met by chance on a Paris bus. From that moment their destructive passion began. Her sadomasochistic inclinations did not embarrass him, blinded by passion and desire. He tells their story to a casual acquaintance during a sea cruise, sitting in a wheelchair.
Films about love and passion: “Damage”, 1992
Great Britain, France, 1992
Director: Louis Mal
Cast: Jeremy Irons, Juliette Binoche, Miranda Richardson, Rupert Graves, Ian Bannen, Peter Stormare, Gemma Clark, etc.
Stephen Fleming is a respectable English diplomat, an exemplary family man, the father of an adult son who is going to connect his life with a young and beautiful Anna. closed and unusual, it attracts the attention of a middle-aged father no less than a son. Between them flashes a passion that knows no boundaries and moral obligations. Where will the father lead a painful affection for his son’s bride?
“Disease of Love” (Maladie d’amour)
Films about love and passion: “The Disease of Love”, 1987
Director: Jacques Deret
Cast: Nastasya Kinski, Jean-South Anglad, Michel Piccoli, Jean-Claude Briali, Suad Amidou, Jean-Paul Roussillon, Jean-Luc Porratz and others.
Juliet arrives in Paris from the province for a better life. An elderly doctor Raul Bergeron falls in love with her, and the immediate hairdresser is not against an elderly, but wealthy boyfriend. Soon she falls in love with Clement Potrel – a young and handsome doctor, and their feelings are mutual and ardent. Following circumstances, Juliette leaves her lover and returns to Bergeron, who can help her lover’s career advancement. Suddenly, she has an incurable disease. Juliette cannot be saved, but love can brighten up the time allotted to her.
Films about love and passion: “The heat of the body”, 1981
Director: Lawrence Casdan
Cast: William Hurt, Kathleen Turner, Richard Cren, Ted Danson, J.A. Preston, Mickey Rourke, Kim Zimmer, Jane Hallaren et al.