Carried Away (1996)

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Joseph Svenden is a middle-aged school-teacher who lives on a farm with his dying mother. In his simple life there are no excitements, even in long-time relationship with a widow. However, ... See full summary »


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  • Dennis Hopper and Hal Holbrook in Carried Away (1996)
  • Amy Locane in Carried Away (1996)
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12 May 2004 | smatysia
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| Dennis Hopper all grown up (sort of)
It's been interesting to watch Dennis Hopper grow up in films, from the skinny, scared kid in "The Sons of Katie Elder", to his iconic role as Billy in "Easy Rider", to the whacked-out journalist in "Apocalypse Now", to this thoroughly middle-aged character. Here, he is the ultimate grown-up, at least at first, who feels the need to go back to years past in the idea of love/sex with the young student. He nailed his part. Amy Irving nailed hers, too, though it was a bit of a smaller part. Amy Locane provided the eye candy, for us as well as for Joseph Svenden (Hopper). Harder to understand her character's (Catherine) motivations. I can see that the pickings were pretty slim in that time and place, but the 47-year-old semi-crippled more-or-less engaged teacher? This film is worth seeing, if you can take some fairly unsettling images (Hopper naked). Grade: B

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Release Date:

31 May 1996

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Waxahachie, Texas, USA

Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$35,416 31 March 1996

Gross USA:

$290,978

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$290,978

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