Mad Love
Mad Love

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In France, an insane surgeon's obsession with an actress from England leads him to replace her pianist husband's hands that got mangled in an accident with the hands of a late knife murderer which still have the urge to throw knives.... (Full plot summary below)

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In France, an insane surgeon's obsession with an actress from England leads him to replace her pianist husband's hands that got mangled in an accident with the hands of a late knife murderer which still have the urge to throw knives.

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Seattle Post-Intelligencer - 8/10 by Sean AxmakerAyala gives Joan a fiery, full-blooded passion and Aranda challenges Pedro Almodovar in the arena of self-destructive love, obsessive passion and sweaty cinematic sex. It's the lustiest costume drama in years.
New York Daily News - 8/10 by Jami BernardThe sexy, psycho Mad Love is like a Spanish "The Story of Adele H.," in which a woman loves once and only once, to the point of self-destruction, in the days before Prozac.
New Times (L.A.) - 7/10 by Andy KleinSucceeds as a full-bodied diversion because it takes even its silly elements seriously. If you're in the mood for impressive castles and sumptuous costumes, torch-lit processions and decorative nudity, this is the place to turn.
TV Guide Magazine - 6/10 by Maitland McDonaghLavishly costumed and shot largely on location, the film benefits from a phenomenal central performance by Lopez de Ayala.
L.A. Weekly - 6/10 by Dan Fienbergde Ayala is required to supply too much of the energy in a film that is, overall, far too staid for its subject matter.
The A.V. Club - 6/10 by Nathan RabinAt heart it's a randy, oversexed soap opera in period garb.
The New York Times - 6/10 by A.O. ScottAn often watchable, though goofy and lurid, blast of a costume drama set in the late 15th century.
Chicago Tribune - 6/10 by Loren KingStar Pilar Lopez de Ayala is such a feisty, striking presence, and the film so conventional in its depiction of a jealous and insatiable love, that it is hard to see Juana as anything other than a typical soap opera heroine.
Miami Herald - 6/10 by Connie OgleIt's López de Ayala's show, and she's relentless in her energy and passion.
Wall Street Journal - 5/10 by Collin LeveyAccuracy and realism are terrific, but if your film becomes boring, and your dialogue isn't smart, then you need to use more poetic license.

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