History Film / BadTiming

19th Sep '17 2:33:27 PM Mdumas43073
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19th Sep '17 2:32:16 PM Mdumas43073
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19th Sep '17 2:31:59 PM Mdumas43073
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19th Sep '17 2:29:52 PM Mdumas43073
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''Bad Timing'' is a 1980 PsychologicalThriller film directed by Nicolas Roeg.

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''Bad Timing'' is a 1980 erotic PsychologicalThriller film directed by Nicolas Roeg.
19th Sep '17 2:24:45 PM Mdumas43073
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'''Bad Timing''' is a 1980 psychological thriller directed by Nicolas Roeg.

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'''Bad Timing''' ''Bad Timing'' is a 1980 psychological thriller PsychologicalThriller film directed by Nicolas Roeg.


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27th Jan '17 6:29:41 AM benda
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** Alex and Milena visit an exhibition with works by painter Gustav Klimt. Later in the film works by Egon Schiele can also be seen.

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** Alex and Milena visit an exhibition with Belvedere Palace in Vienna, checking out works by painter Gustav Klimt. Later in the film works by Klimt and Egon Schiele (the latter one's pictures can also be seen.seen later in the film as well).
6th Jan '16 4:02:51 PM aye_amber
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--> ''The accusations fly like in that movie, you know the one where Creator/MartinSheen waves his arm to the girl in the street''

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--> ''The -->''The accusations fly like in that movie, you know the one where Creator/MartinSheen waves his arm to the girl in the street''
21st Jul '15 10:35:09 PM SenseiLeRoof
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But all that isn't really the point. The real focus of the movie is of the obsession and instability that governs the two lover's tryst, and the dark side to the lust that fuels it. Be prepared for [[PsychoExGirlfriend plenty of histrionic screaming fits]] and [[DestructiveRomance uncomfortable sex scenes.]]

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But all that isn't really the point. The real focus of the movie is of the obsession and instability that governs the two lover's lovers' tryst, and the dark side to the lust that fuels it. Be prepared for [[PsychoExGirlfriend plenty of histrionic screaming fits]] and [[DestructiveRomance uncomfortable sex scenes.]]
11th May '15 3:18:22 AM Patachou
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* DudeShesLikeInAComa: Alex eventually has sex with Milena, while she is unconscious.

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* [[spoiler: DudeShesLikeInAComa: Alex eventually has sex with Milena, while she is unconscious.unconscious]].
11th May '15 3:17:29 AM Patachou
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* DestructiveRomance

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* DestructiveRomanceDestructiveRomance: Milena is very adulterous, lies she's never been married, makes a lot of scenes and never wants any commitment. Alex can't let her be, though.
* DudeShesLikeInAComa: Alex eventually has sex with Milena, while she is unconscious.



* PachelbelsCanon: Heard during the opening credits.



* ShoutOut: The film is referenced in the song "Bad Timing" on the album ''Music/PocketRevolution'' by Music/{{dEUS}}, because it is the favorite film of their lead singer Tom Barman. On that same album the track "Nothing Really Ends" also references the movie briefly:

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
** Alex and Milena visit an exhibition with works by painter Gustav Klimt. Later in the film works by Egon Schiele can also be seen.
** Milena is seen reading ''Literature/TheShelteringSky'' in one scene.
** "Invitation To The Blues" from Music/TomWaits' album ''Music/SmallChange'' is heard during the opening credits.
** When Garfunkel and Keitel's characters are hanging pictures to the wall Music/LudwigVanBeethoven's "Ninth Symphony" is playing.
** "The Same Old Story" by Music/BillieHoliday is heard over the end credits.
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The film is referenced in the song "Bad Timing" on the album ''Music/PocketRevolution'' by Music/{{dEUS}}, because it is the favorite film of their lead singer Tom Barman. On that same album the track "Nothing Really Ends" also references the movie briefly:
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