While his three former college friends - Thierry, Gérard and Francis have made successful careers for themselves in business, Daniel has yet to make the grade. Tired of Daniel's frequent attempts to drag them into ill-considered ventures, Thierry and Gérard decide to play a cruel trick on him by making him think he has won the national lottery. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Millo T (jp) wrote: Between 2.5 and 3. As other movies from the director, it falls too much in the dramatism. But, at least, it goes through interesting special effects, side-stories and actors.
Giorgio P (br) wrote: An absolute delight!
Steve S (it) wrote: *** (out of four) Actually not too bad for being a television movie. It does still manipulate the audience to a degree, but it does a decent job at presenting a story that allows the audience to cheer for justice. Based on a true story, where a New Year's Eve goes terribly wrong when a man tries to break up a wild party being thrown by teenagers next door. He goes into the house, but doesn't come out alive. The teenagers aren't talking as the widow craves for the truth. Good performances, especially fom Charlie McDermott.
Andrey B (de) wrote: Genuine emotions and superb acting. I'd call it an expert european acting.
Josh S (it) wrote: Good second version.
Jayakrishnan R (br) wrote: boring, melodramatic and lacking in thrills.
Steve R (fr) wrote: Michael Keaton's best role
Stuart K (kr) wrote: Produced and directed by John and Roy Boulting, and written for the screen by Graham Greene and Terence Rattigan, (adapted from Greene's novel), this is a dark, noishish thriller showing a dark side to an otherwise well loved holiday resort. It has a brilliant lead role who was only young then, but showed more maturity than any of his closest contemporaries. Pinkie Brown (Richard Attenborough) is a 17 year old gangster with his own gang which consist of Dallow (William Hartnell), Cubitt (Nigel Stock) and Spicer (Wylie Watson), they're looking for a big break, and is trying to hold his own against Brighton's other gangster rival Colleoni (Charles Goldner). Pinkie's gang have had their eye on Fred Hale (Alan Wheatley), a journalist who has been investigating his gang's activities. After Pinkie takes him out on a ghost train ride, the police find his body, and write it off as a heart attack. However, Pinkie discovers that music hall entertainer Ida Arnold (Hermione Baddeley), knew he was in danger, and begins her own investigations, which lead her to cafe waitress Rose Brown (Carol Marsh), whom Pinkie has started courting. It's a suspenseful thriller, which is a British film noir, with Attenborough giving an unnerving and hard-edged performance, but it's a good time piece of a Britain now lost in the past. It's topped off with some clever direction and good camerawork by Harry Waxman.
Eduardo B (ru) wrote: The film rewrites history a bit, but it certainly catches the sadness of the story and the delusions of du Pont.
Hannah K (us) wrote: I love the flash mob I thought it was so awesome!
Joey D (ca) wrote: Truly one of the worst films I've ever had the mispleaure of witnessing. What characters? What plot? The only thing this movie cares about is referencing better movies, advertising, and showing off a lame dinosaur. It brings me to tears.