In the words of Andrew Crocker-Harris himself, The Browning Version is exquisite. Anthony Asquith directs with such emotional force that it is hard to leave this film not being moved. As well as illustrating the story of existensial isolation, the film also serves as a nice window into a corner of life not often magnified in film. Soley focusing in on the teacher and his self reconciliation at the end of his life made it all the more emotionally affecting.…
Scorsese's best film since Taxi Driver. This is Scorsese's second best film.
This is the single most gut wrenching, poetic, beautiful and greatest film I have ever witnessed.
At the end of the film I fell on my knees and had no fucking words for Martin Scorsese. Perhaps his best film, coming from someone who worships and unbelievably accurately needs the film Taxi Driver.
It would be repulsive, insulting, but most of all selfish to call this film "boring" or "disappointing"…