Laurence Olivier (left) and Michael Caine in a still from Sleuth (1972) – a film in which they were the only actors. Laurence Olivier (left) and Michael Caine in a still from Sleuth (1972) – a film in which they were the only actors.
Laurence Olivier (left) and Michael Caine in a still from Sleuth (1972) – a film in which they were the only actors.
American films

5 top movies with only 2 characters to get you in the mood for Hong Kong’s new Covid-19 restrictions

  • Richard Linklater’s classic Before trilogy, starring Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy, is one of the most realistic portrayals of a relationship in film
  • After the death of their son, the couple in Lars Von Trier’s Antichrist retreat to a remote log cabin, where they both succumb to their own guilt and madness

Topic |   American films
Laurence Olivier (left) and Michael Caine in a still from Sleuth (1972) – a film in which they were the only actors. Laurence Olivier (left) and Michael Caine in a still from Sleuth (1972) – a film in which they were the only actors.
Laurence Olivier (left) and Michael Caine in a still from Sleuth (1972) – a film in which they were the only actors.
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