Six Degrees of Separation (1993) 1080p YIFY Movie

Six Degrees of Separation (1993) 1080p

Six Degrees of Separation is a movie starring Will Smith, Stockard Channing, and Donald Sutherland. An affluent New York couple finds their lives touched, intruded upon, and compelled by a mysterious young black man who is never...

IMDB: 6.92 Likes

  • Genre: Comedy | Drama
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 2.15G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 112
  • IMDB Rating: 6.9/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 1 / 0

The Synopsis for Six Degrees of Separation (1993) 1080p

New Yorkers Ouisa and Flan Kittredge are upper class private art dealers, pretentious but compassionate. Their prized possession is a double sided Kandinsky, one side that represents control, the other side chaos. They relay a story to their friends and acquaintances that over time becomes legendary. It is their encounter with a young black man who they had never met or heard of but who comes stumbling upon their front door one evening as they are courting an important investor, Geoffrey Miller, who could make them wealthy beyond what they could have dreamed. That black man is Paul Poitier, who has just arrived in the city, was just mugged outside their building and is sporting a minor knife wound to the abdomen. He is a friend of the Kittredge's children, who are attending Harvard, but more importantly is the son of actor/director . Tomorrow, Paul is meeting up with his father who is in town directing a movie of "Cats". Beyond the attraction of talking Paul into getting...


The Director and Players for Six Degrees of Separation (1993) 1080p

[Director]Fred Schepisi
[Role:]Stockard Channing
[Role:]Donald Sutherland
[Role:]Will Smith
[Role:]Ian McKellen


The Reviews for Six Degrees of Separation (1993) 1080p


Worst Movie of All TimeReviewed bymanan_atitVote: 1/10

Yes.. This is the worst movie of all times. The plot and dialogue are pointless.... You leave the theater dumber. Please for the love of god, do not watch this movie.

Will Smith portrays an individual that posses as the homosexual nephew of Sidney Poiter. Trust me. I wrote the the movie company and demanded my money back.

Six Magnitudes of Self-punishmentReviewed bybadtothebonoVote: 1/10

One out of three is actually pretty bad. Has 1 thing going for it: Will Smith is great. Otherwise, what a swill-bucket! It manages to be about the worst offender in two of the worst "gawd-this-flick-sux" categories. First, almost everyone in the flick acts like a total moron most of the time. Sutherland acts like a coherent person would a few times, but then he just reverts right back to moron- mode. Only House of Sand & Fog can match this for requiring everyone to be moronic in order for the movie to move forward. Second, it is just pompous celibacy of the kind common to people trying to act educated. Putrid, pompous, puerile, pretentious pablum. From the first scene to the last. Every single scene. How did they accomplish that? Only My Dinner With Andre comes close, and even that had some good stuff stuck in the private-parts of the pablum. As I reviewed Andre, at least it has some honest truths. (but the reality is that the people who will give it a "10" are the exact people who these truths are most honest about. Hypocrisy defined.) This bucket has nothing but swill. I guess I can say one other good thing about it. It continues the tradition of movies that somewhat accurately portray the inhabitants of the two worst places I have ever lived. People, over the age of roughly 35, in NYC are mainly pompous celibates. People in SW Connecticut are mainly obnoxious A-holes with no family life nor concern for the people around them. Try naming a few movies that take place in SW Conn. where the people are presented warmly, etc. Go ahead, try.

Overlooked and thoughtful examination of many salient barriersReviewed byJaxson Poulter (jpoulter11)Vote: 10/10

A fantastic script bolstered by excellent performances, pleasant visuals, and steady directing. Once 'Six Degrees' truly gains momentum and once the characters become fleshed out (usually aided by the insertion of complementary characters), the issues tackled in the film start to weigh heavily.

There are so many worthwhile concepts at play here, particularly the latent desire for those separated by a societal barrier (race, class, age, etc.) to reconcile and to look more closely at one another.

The ending was fantastic; it may be frustrating to some viewers given its ambiguity, but that's what I loved about it. The events that occurred in the film would not be done any justice by neatly wrapping them up at the conclusion. There are too many disparate forces and influences on the characters, especially Ouisa. The important thing, however, is how she embraces her new experiences and allows them to challenge her and contemplate if her life is how she wants it to be.

Highly, highly recommended.

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