Au cul du loup
Christina, bientôt 30 ans, vit dans la région de Charleroi en Belgique, avec Marco, son petit ami. A la mort de sa grand-mère...
- Stars:Reggie Bannister, Tim Sullivan, Ron Jeremy, Ivet Corvea, Matthew Aidan, Jessica Sonneborn, Deborah Venegas, Jeff Dylan Graham, Elissa Dowling, David C. Hayes, Christelle Cornil, François Vincentelli, Jean-Jacques Rausin, Pierre Nisse, Roberto D'Orazio, Marijke Pinoy, Cédric Eeckhout, William Dunker, Marcelle Stefanelli, Didier Ferrari, Thomas Bronzini de Caraffa, Djemel Barek, Marie Kremer, Lionel Tavera, Jean-Pierre Lanfranchi,
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Anthony T (it) wrote: Kevin Spacey has always been remarkable to watch. I think he is easily the best actor of our generation and he plays this role amazingly. Besides the music of Bobby Darin (beyond the sea, splish splash I was taking a bath), I didn't know much about him. This film was worth watching to anyone who enjoys great acting and good music.
Joellyn A (de) wrote: Anne & Gilbert don't belong in this movie. It's like they wandered out of Avonlea and found themselves on this set.
Ca H (gb) wrote: Definitely didn't enjoy the film as much as when I saw Yerma on the stage. Some parts were atmospheric and passionate, others felt weird and out of place.
ZACHO D (gb) wrote: It's not bad and an overall different movie with a destinctive style. You have an attractive woman who's facinated with murders and serial killers and decides to become a post forenic cleaner where she cleans crime scenes. While working, she can see how the victims were killed and every detail about the crime. While checking out one scene, she ends up running into the serial killer who commited the crime that she's supposed to clean up. It's ok, I can see why Tarantino like it due to it's different style and use of music, but It's only ok in my eyes.
Peter N (gb) wrote: Decent enough quirky war film with a fair amount of suspense... it's starnge that you actually start feeling sympathy for the Nazi pilot towards the end and will him on to escape.
Grant T (ag) wrote: An extremely unorthodox story that definitely earns it's "weird" card. Winslet and Lynskey give great performances here and Jackson's direction seemed on point. Some of the scenes were so unnecessarily random, making the film weirder...maybe that was the intent? Who knows. Crazy that this was a true story
Jonathan S (au) wrote: Has the right look and feel, but we never care about what happens to any of the characters.
Melanie (gb) wrote: "Speak!"...this movie was a favorite of my whole family growing up. Breath taking cinematography, adventure, passion, and wit.
Paul S (mx) wrote: cha man, i is sayin dis is the best film ever!
Diego T (gb) wrote: Diner is like an R-rated version of American Graffiti. It's funny, exciting to watch, and can have you actually busting up occasionally. Its only flaw is the characters who, by no fault of themselves, look almost identical.