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A Farewell to Arms

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The film is based on a novel. It is about an American Army volunteer confronts a British beautiful nurse on the eve of the offensive in the Alps. In no time, they fall in love and then they decide to escape to Switzerland to await the birth of their son. Suddenly, a tragedy happens to them.
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Slant Magazine
We have David O. Selznick to blame for this bloated two-hour-plus Technicolor remake.
May 15, 2005
The New Republic
Perhaps what is most irritating about the film is that too many times an exciting scene of Hemingway's is shucked out in favor of a distressingly inferior one invented (if I may indulge the Muse a moment) by Ben Hecht, who is responsible for the script.
January 23, 2013
TV Guide
An overblown Hollywood extravaganza that was universally condemned when first released and hasn't improved with age.
January 23, 2013
Chicago Reader
The exaggerated production values overrun everything, including director Charles Vidor, who hardly seems to know which way to turn.
January 15, 2005
Film Freak Central
One of David O. Selznick's many attempts to shape his lady-love Jennifer Jones' largely immutable mug into the face that launched a thousand cinematic ships.
November 08, 2005
EmanuelLevy.Com
Selznick's last film as producer is a vastly disappointing remake of the superior 1932 version of Hemingway's novel, a sentimental, overblown production with stiff performances from Rock Hudson and Jennifer Jones.
August 04, 2009
Time Out
A padded Ben Hecht script and Selznick's invariable tendency to overkill are equally to blame.
January 26, 2006
TIME Magazine
What Hemingway wrote as an interlude of amorous flutes and distant drums, Producer David 0. Selznick has scored for brass.
January 23, 2013
Variety
Sweep and frankness alone don't make a great picture; and Farewell suffers from an overdose of both.
March 26, 2009
New York Times
This film, for all its size and color, doesn't do much more by Hemingway's book than was done by the sentimental version of it played by Helen Hayes and Gary Cooper some twenty-five years ago.
March 25, 2006