Baxter, Vera Baxter
Vera Baxter (Claudine Gabay) is talking to a woman in a bar. It seems that the woman was attracted to her by hearing her name called out: "Baxter, Vera Baxter." In response to her new friend's queries, Vera recounts the story of her life, beginning with marrying her no-good husband Cayre (Gerard Depardieu), who has been using her for some time as a kind of unpaid prostitute in order to keep his failing building business afloat.
A study of a cold, remote thirtyish woman whose husband, a building operator, has practically sold her to get rid of a gambling debt. – BFI . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Baxter, Vera Baxter torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Dark, slow but not too slow, muddy... Loved it!
(mx) wrote: A lot of mainstream cinemagoers have this presumption that arthouse movies are pretentious, incomprehensible, and consist of random imagery ostensibly pertaining to some issue such as "communism" or "sexual repression" because the director says it does. Well, they'd be right in regards to this one.
(ru) wrote: Had to revisit this as the sequel is up on Netflix, and it is still the best Norwegian Nazi, Zombie, splatter, genre flick I've seen, and I've seen a few. Brilliant practical FX and those Norwegians sure have excellent comedic timing. Now on to the follow-up!
(nl) wrote: Hilarious AND uncomfortable. Very uncomfortable.
(ca) wrote: Funny, but interesting
(ca) wrote: Woody gets Bergman's cinematographer
(nl) wrote: is it me or is it Pam Grier that makes me wanna see this