A very interesting thriller about the coming of age of a troubled young man searching his place in this world. Teenage boy Jonathan (Fabien de Marchi) is having a hard time living with his father and stepmother. On a whim, he steals some money and embarks on a journey of forbidden pleasures. He spends the night in abandoned building and wakes up bound and is held prisoner by Antoine (Johan Libéreau), a young drug dealer wanted by the police. The two boys forge an ambiguous relationship between violence, compassion and fascination. Victim, Jonathan ends up taking a liking to his tormentor.
A very interesting thriller about the coming of age of a troubled young man searching his place in this world. Teenage boy Jonathan (Fabien de Marchi) is having a hard time living with his father and stepmother. On a whim, he steals some money and embarks on a journey of forbidden pleasures. He spends the night in abandoned building and wakes up bound and is held prisoner by Antoine (Johan Libéreau), a young drug dealer wanted by the police. The two boys forge an ambiguous relationship between violence, compassion and fascination. Victim, Jonathan ends up taking a liking to his tormentor. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(fr) wrote: As a send up to The Car and Christine, it works; and it it does things a little differently. Nothing spectacular but 100% enjoyable B-movie.
(it) wrote: I gotta say..Thiz movie waz pretty good...Not az good az Fast and the Furious moviez. The carz were amazing.
(jp) wrote: I had almost stopped watching this film before I realized that it was a documentary(!) about a real mafia civil war in southern Italy. Not being familiar with the crime cartels in southern Italy, the book or this movie (not sure how it got in my queue), I was horrified by the nonchalant violence and systemic corruption portrayed in this film. All was redeemed, however, by the excellent interviews (on the bonus material DVD) of the director, Matteo Garrone (who went to the actual locations and used local actors) and author, Roberto Saviano (who had to go into hiding after publishing his book exposing the inner workings of the cartels), who both spoke about the five heartbreaking and unforgettable story lines chosen from the book. Hard to watch, but important to see and know about!
(us) wrote: My gosh does this get boring.
(fr) wrote: Interesting look into underground extreme horror with a bit of a twist. Worth seeing.
(ca) wrote: wasn't funny, wasn't good (as implied in the title) and important of all topher doesn't get the girl while moving away! I have a feeling this is one of those make it your own endings, but I would have rather seen it on screen. I was dissapointed...
(mx) wrote: This is a straightforward documentary about the not terribly straightforward subject of David Lynch. It was shot during the making of Lost Highway, and features interviews with Lynch himself, as well as such Lynch associates as composer Angelo Badalamenti, Jack Fisk, Patricia Arquette, Dean Stockwell, and Mel Brooks (who produced The Elephant Man). The movie covers the sort of territory you would expect, showing Lynch on set and during the recording of the musical score. The interviews also cover some of Lynch's previous films, including Eraserhead and Blue Velvet, and at one point Lynch and some of the people he made Eraserhead with go back to the tiny studio where they had shot that movie. Lynch himself comes across as a weird but affable guy in the documentary, though there's something kind of creepy behind his eyes. The movie doesn't go terribly in depth on what any of Lynch's movies mean, of course, but it does give you some nice contextual information about Lynch's work. The movie doesn't get to the bottom of the mystery of David Lynch, but it is breezy and accessible and more fun to watch than about half of Lynch's actual films.
(jp) wrote: Pretty bad movie but the Sh Kosugi vs. Jean-Claude Van Damme fights are great
(nl) wrote: Interesting and stylish. The acting is spot on. Watch Claudia Cardinale's expressions - wow!
(es) wrote: this movie is a good movie and reminds me of something that would happen if me and my family went somewhere. i feel bad for him in some parts because he is trying so hard and his family is being really rude to him. i found it funny when the crap sprayed everywhere and got all over them.
(es) wrote: Watched the movie Sea of Trees, with Matthew McConaughey. Reviews by critics were awful... regular folks thought it was fair. I thought it was quite good. Acting was excellent. Lotsa flashbacks but all relevant to his search for meaning near Mt Fuji, Japan. Deep in grief, he seeks answers... and finds them. Worth the cost of admission at Redbox!