Too downbeat for its own good, I WALK THE LINE forgets it needs an audience. The one reason to watch is the astonishing, unsung Weld, the modern Louise Brooks, who can suggest amorality, skewed innocence and ageless sensuality--she played nymphets through her thirties with infinite ease--that makes Bardot pale. Her tragedy is that she never chose a commercially...read more
Harold D. Cohen
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