3 thoughts on “The Words”

  1. Which do you choose: life or fiction? Sometimes after seeing too many action films, it’s nice to see actors just plying their trade and acting. That’s the case in The Words, a story-within-a-story of an author who stumbles upon an opportunity to plagiarize another author’s work. The film depicts how one man’s decision can affect those around him, destroying relationships and deeply affecting lives.Featuring some fine acting by a talented cast, my favorite performance was by Jeremy Irons, who played an unnamed old man…

  2. This is a very interesting story. It is so … This is a very interesting story. It is so much more about a writer’s self-doubt, and the pressure to “make it” as a writer. It could be said of struggles of any artist would have to face. It’s about dealing with one’s failures. It’s about being able to face one’s own identity in life and being able to accept it, and it is about having to live with consequences of one’s choices. This story does not tell you what’s ethical or not. I don’t think that’s the point.The real…

  3. Interesting Tale of Dishonesty This movie started out very good, I could feel the plot thicken as time went on and then he met the old man who wrote the manuscript. I felt that could have been more action packed but ultimately I don’t think this was an action packed movie. His wife was interesting but I wonder how well she actually knew her husband because she said the words in the book sounded like they came from deep within him but he didn’t write the book. I found that a bit odd. The ending was a bit of a let down, it…

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