I would like to know the title and author of the poem read by diane on her first visit to her lover.

>>By artemis_huntress_and_goddess   (Monday, 6 Jan 2003 02:02)

I also would like to know

>>By paul   (Tuesday, 18 Feb 2003 00:18)

i would llike to know the author of the poem and where i can locate that poem

>>By stephani   (Friday, 7 Mar 2003 02:14)

Anyome get the answer to this ? I am trying to locate the poem also . . . .

>>By Jonesy   (Wednesday, 12 Mar 2003 18:59)

does he turn himself in at the end?

>>By faithful   (Saturday, 15 Mar 2003 16:57)

I understand the open-endedness of the ending; I'm simply looking for opinions. I tend to think he doesn't and that, while they won't flee (passing on the green light), they will try to rebuild with the shadow of the law over their shoulders at every turn.

>>By faithful   (Saturday, 15 Mar 2003 17:20)

I am trying to find the exact same wall mounted hand operated coffee grinder shown in the very first scenes in the movie. It is mounted between the windows in the kitchen. Can anyone advise where to find?

>>By Arthur Fox   (Thursday, 20 Mar 2003 07:37)

With reference to the above message re wall mounted hand operated coffee grinder in the movie, please email me at arthufox@shaw.ca

It would be greatly appreciated.


>>By Arthur Fox   (Thursday, 20 Mar 2003 07:39)

Poem Name and Author Please!

>>By slumberbear   (Monday, 24 Mar 2003 01:05)

so...no luck on the author, and or name of poem??? i am desperatley looking for it for my poetry class, any help ASAP would be greatly greatly appreciated.

>>By bertsid   (Friday, 2 May 2003 20:44)

I would really like to know the name of the poem from unfaithful. if any one can help

>>By Rich   (Sunday, 4 May 2003 19:28)

I would like to know the braile poem that was read to Conny.

>>By Bobby   (Thursday, 19 Jun 2003 02:25)

I don't know how old these posts are but I am pretty sure I can tell you where it is from if you want. Email me at jstanf7777@hotmail.com because if I make an idiot of myself I would rather it be to an individual, not the whole world. Make the subject "Unfaithful"

>>By Throw Back Cat   (Sunday, 20 Jul 2003 12:41)

Toward the beginning of the film 'Unfaithful', Paul tells Connie to open to page (something) and read the following passage:
'Drink wine... This is life eternal... This is all that youth will give you... It is the season for wine, roses and drunken friends... Be happy for this moment... This moment is your life.'

>>By bunzzylilly   (Sunday, 19 Oct 2003 06:31)

From http://www.omarkhayyamnederland.com/ vertalingen/engels/cadell.htm


Drink wine, for it is everlasting day,
It is the very harvest of our youth;
In time of roses, wine and comrades gay,
Be happy, drink, for that is life in sooth.

>>By honeylocs   (Sunday, 7 Dec 2003 03:20)

the name of the poem is "persian love" by Omar Khayyam. At least, he is the only one that comes close to that poem. Check it out.

>>By fungrl   (Thursday, 29 Jan 2004 23:25)

the acting and cast were excellent in his film..i'm in love with the french lover...meow....coca

>>By coca   (Sunday, 30 May 2004 03:28)

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