: : : The Mirror Has Two Faces
===Story=== Barbra Streisand's self-absorbed remake of a 1958 French film stars Jeff Bridges as a college professor tired of sexual politics. He makes a deal with a dowdy colleague (Streisand) that they provide companionship for one another, with no thought of getting into bed. She agrees but soon becomes frustrated, the agreement only reinforcing her unfulfilled desire to have a complete relationship with a man. Mimi Rogers is on hand as Babs's striking sister, and Lauren Bacall received an Oscar nomination for her role as the heroine's selfish mother. The film is OK, but it becomes an irritating vanity piece for Streisand (who directed as well as stars). Her character constantly gazes upon her own reflection and is told at least a dozen times, one way or another, just how attractive she is. One wants to shout out, we get it already--you're pretty! The DVD release presents the film in both widescreen and pan and scan versions, plus a Dolby soundtrack. ''--Tom Keogh'' ===DVD Features=== *Color *Closed-captioned *Widescreen *Dolby


Barbra StreisandRose Morgan
Jeff BridgesGregory Larkin
Lauren BacallHannah Morgan
George SegalHenry Fine
Mimi RogersClaire
Pierce BrosnanAlex
Brenda VaccaroDoris
Austin PendletonBarry
Elle MacPhersonCandy

  • Genre: Drama Movies
  • Director: Barbra Streisand
  • Producer: Columbia/Tri-Star
  • Length: 126 min
  • Aspect ratio: 1.85:1
  • Theatrical Release
    North AmericaNov 15, 1996
  • Ratings
    North AmericaPG-13
  • DVD Release
    North AmericaJun 3, 2003
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