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Watch Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love

Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love is a movie starring Nick Broomfield, Marianne Ihlen, and Leonard Cohen. An in-depth look at the relationship between the late musician Leonard Cohen and his Norwegian muse Marianne Ihlen.

Biography, Music, Documentary, Romance
Nick Broomfield
Marianne Ihlen, Leonard Cohen, Nick Broomfield, Nancy Bacal

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Biography, Music, Documentary, Romance
Director Nick Broomfield
Writer Nick Broomfield, Marc Hoeferlin
Stars Marianne Ihlen, Leonard Cohen, Nick Broomfield, Nancy Bacal
Country USA, Canada
Also Known As Marianne & Leonard: Sanoja rakkaudesta, Marianne & Leonard - Parole d'amore, Marianne i Leonard: Słowa miłości, Marianne & Leonard: palabras de amor, Marianne & Leonard: Λόγια Αγάπης
Runtime 1 h 42 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description An in-depth look at the relationship between the late musician Leonard Cohen and his Norwegian muse Marianne Ihlen.

Top reviews

Thursday, 18 Jun 2020 22:27

A super cast assembled by the director to showcase the talents of the great American artists is a great idea, and the idea behind the film is a good one, if it wasn't for the fact that there were no real stars. That's not to say that there weren't any good ones in this, but none of them really stood out to me. So, there was no point in going back to the archives and seeing what the greats would look like if they were alive today. So, I guess I'll just have to live with the fact that it was all a bit disappointing. The thing that really did make this worthwhile was the way it was filmed. I've never really cared much for documentaries, but I liked this one a lot, because it did a good job of conveying the mood of the era, and the messages it was trying to convey. The music in it is also very good, even if I don't think that the "Great American Songbook" really deserves to be in this film, and I don't think it's particularly well suited to it, although I'm sure it would have been a lot better suited to the music of this era. It's nice to see the film being shot in this way, since it does seem to have a real authenticity to it, and it's great to see the shots of the old country clubs being preserved, and the amazing architecture of old Nashville. This is a film that is worth watching for all of the reasons I mentioned above, and it is a great idea to get this kind of thing done, and it's a great idea to get this kind of thing done. If you're not a fan of music documentaries, then you should definitely watch it.
Saturday, 25 Apr 2020 15:23

In the world of music, love is a commodity. Everyone has it. If you do not have it, then you do not belong in the world of music. It is in fact, a commodity that everyone is worth, including the artists themselves. A handful of beautiful women have the ability to charm even the most hardened of men. These women are entitled to what they call the "love of their life" for a price, and if you aren't in their league, then you are at the mercy of the market, whether it be the government or a selfish boss who has no regard for what he has and what you might have. Of course, not everyone is in love with everyone. Most of us are not into the giddy scene of love and sex. These women are really into it. They are extraordinary. They are some of the greatest. There are two of them. Frances Pessina (Fanny Ardant) is a legendary opera singer. The song that she sings is called "Once Upon A Time In A New York Town." It is a dark and dismal love story. She is a great singer, but the lyrics are dreadful. She never gives the audience much hope. She is just a bad singer. Leonard Bernstein (played by Burt Bacharach) is the master of opera and is at his most sadistic when he is giving his lectures. He is the world's greatest lover. He can only be in love with one person at a time. That person is the director of the opera he is giving a lecture on. He is madly in love with Frances Pessina, but she doesn't know it. His obsession is with her. He believes that her voice alone can make her famous. The first time he sees her, she is singing in the cello. Leonard is mesmerized by her and gets so involved in her that he becomes jealous. He wishes that she were with someone else, someone who would give her a better chance. After Leonard marries a wealthy woman, she is no longer his priority. She wants to get married to someone else. She is now living with her husband. Leonard gets tired of hearing Frances Pessina singing. He wants her to sing to him, and she doesn't have the voice for it. She still loves Leonard, but he can't stand the music anymore. Leonard ends up with a younger woman, Andresia Weltmeister (Nancy Forrest). Leonard has never really been in love with her. He has always been in love with Frances Pessina. He doesn't want to be left behind. He is determined to find her. He is desperate to have her love him. He also wants to get the audience's attention. He does not want to be the guy who falls in love with the opera singer. He wants to be the guy who becomes the opera singer. Leonard is not someone you want to cross. He will be mad at you. He will be extremely jealous of the woman he loves. He is someone you do not want to be near. He is someone you don't want to mess with. Leonard is what we call a "trader". He is a hot commodity. When Leonard is in love, he has

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