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Current Rating: 2.33

Current Rating: 2.33

based on 379 votes and 11 reviews

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  • It was okay, But I would like to know more about Adriano G. He is HOT!!!!! Ending could have been better!!!
  • I am completely in love with Adriano and I think the ending is what ruined the movie.
  • I thought the movie was well done. After all that the two had gone through, the love scenes were beautiful and peaceful, not just lust but a respect had grown between the two individuals. The woman in this movie was very insecure and superficial. She showed insensitive behavior (rude, careless, etc.). The sailor was fed up with her humiliation of him and had a chance to show her what humiliation really felt like. She had a chance to think it through and was in a perfect place to come to peace with herself. She had to see how her behavior affected herself and others and had to totally humble herself. When she humbled herself she was abl
  • A incredibly honest and real look at a facet of love. I cry each time I see it. (it`s been four times now)
  • I enjoyed the movie a lots.
  • I didnt really enjoy the movie, but was pleased that the ending wasnt predictable.
  • Dissapointed. Can`t understand what people actually see in Madona! The whole movie was without real story... not interested in humiliation and poor language used.
  • WAY UNDERRATED!!! Don`t listen to the critics on this one...
  • This story could have been much better....there was some very beautiful scenery and the chemistry between Madonna and her co-star was great; however, there was no story line. In fact, when it was over, I was shocked...I had no idea this was the end!!! Too bad.

Swept Away

Genre:  Drama, Romance
Release Date: October 11, 2002
DVD: February 11, 2003

Current rating: Rating: 2.33
based on 379 votes and 11 reviews
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Cast: Madonna , Adriano Giannini, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Bruce Greenwood, Elizabeth Banks, David Thornton, Michael Beattie, Yorgo Voyagis