Edy est l'un des meilleurs dans le domaine de l'assurance ; particulièrement lorsqu'il s'agit d'aider certains de ses clients à mettre la main sur l'assurance-vie de leur conjoint.Mais depuis quelques temps, Edy a perdu l'envie de vivre. Quand il essaie d'en ﬁnir, le destin lui joue un drôle de tour. Non seulement il survit, mais il se retrouve avec un cadavre sur les bras.Edy n'a qu'une solution. Mais là encore, le destin se moque de lui...
- Stars:François Berléand, Philippe Noiret, Yves Verhoeven, Laurent Bateau, Marion Cotillard, Sophie Nollet, Pascal Parmentier, Cyrille Thouvenin, Marie Pillet, Bernard Guérin, Christof Veillon, Dominique Bettenfeld, Philippe Séjourné, Steve Suissa, Joël Demarty,
- Director:Stéphan Guérin-Tillié,
- Writer:Stéphan Guérin-Tillié
An insurance salesman turns into a walking catastrophe himself. First film by StÃ©phan GuÃ©rin-TilliÃ©, starring Philippe Noiret and FranÃ§ois BerlÃ©and. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Edy torrent reviews
(it) wrote: this looks soooooo good!!!
(au) wrote: Whit Stillman's incredible writing, great acting, just a completely enjoyable movie. Carrie MacLemore in her film debut, just great, and Greta Gerwig, once again, a fine actress. Great movie.
(ca) wrote: Really enjoyed the approach of the movie, clearly shows realities that aren't hard to believe about the fast food industry but it makes me want to research if it's true that there's beef shit in my fast food burger delicacies!
(br) wrote: The two stars are for being visually interesting, but not much else was.
(us) wrote: Some imbecile over on IMDB is going on about how McCarthyism bears no relation to the Salem witch trials, because everyone knows there were no witches. Actually, it bears a closer relation than most people realize--there was, in Salem, a very small number of people dabbling in witchcraft (far fewer than the number of those prosecuted for it), but the trials were probably based on spite and economic advantage. However, no one was actually in danger from those who dabbled. It's a common motif to have Roy Cohn haunted by Ethel Rosenberg on his deathbed. It's an intriguing mental image, certainly. Roy Cohn would assuredly have known that, even if Ethel Rosenberg was a spy (she probably wasn't), anything she could have done was substantially less than was done by people who weren't executed. The Rosenbergs simply didn't have access to much in the way of nuclear secrets. If Roy Cohn had a conscience, which is a questionable idea at best, one can imagine him being tormented by it just before he died. In fact, I don't know if Roy Cohn suffered from the level of AIDS dementia implied in this movie. I don't think anyone who can know would say. I know that, to the day he died, Roy Cohn claimed to have liver cancer even as he pulled strings to get AZT. I know that he was disbarred on his deathbed--and that he thoroughly deserved it. (He was disbarred for misappropriation of clients' funds, lying on a bar application, and pressuring a client--who was on his own deathbed at the time--to change his will.) James Woods is a very talented man, excelling in playing horrible, horrible men. He often plays real-life men, usually killers or other unsavoury types. (More on this when we finally get to [i]Ghosts of Mississippi[/i], I should think.) He knows, obviously, that he has a gift for playing these types, and he can even, sometimes, make them likable, when that's what's called for. There are glimmers of this in his Roy Cohn. You even have some sympathy for him as he lies, dying and mad, in a New York hospital. Roy Cohn was a horrible, horrible man, and this is a fascinating portrayal of him. I'm also delighted by the casting of Joe Don Baker as Joseph McCarthy. Still, he's not as over the top as the guy who played McCarthy in [i]Good Night and Good Luck[/i].
(ru) wrote: a stellar tragicomic buddy film about compulsive gamblers. extremely natural, even by altman standards. elliott gould at his manic peak
(br) wrote: Regardless of Krtisten's usual terrible lifeless performance, the movie still managed to work, thanks to the solid script, could've been way better, but for what it is, it's a decent directorial debut.