Films to Keep You Awake: To Let

Films to Keep You Awake: To Let

Mario and his pregnant girlfriend Clara are trying to find in a short period a new apartment to live since they have sold their apartment and they need to move in fifteen days. When Mario finds an attractive advertisement in his mailbox, he convinces Clara to visit the place with him. He drives to a far area in the periphery and meets the real estate agent in front of an old building in an abandoned neighborhood. When the couple sees the apartment, they do not like it but they are forced to stay.

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Matty S (gb) wrote: I am puzzled by the way this film was received. It is a deeply disturbing, effective, creepy and entertaining journey into the life of a brooding sociopath whose rage and confusion are always almost to the point of boiling over. Unforgettable film and an exceptional performance by Brady Corbet. Perhaps too graphic and dark for all tastes, but this is a highly potent film.

Anthony C (it) wrote: There are few films that can have such exhilarating emotional power, uplifting romance and dark social drama. Slumdog Millionaire is definitely one of them.

Gena D (es) wrote: definitely. with David

Panos M (fr) wrote: Sorry, not my kind of film... OK, there is a serious message about contemporary love and relationships, but it's all TOO weird for me.

FilmGrinder S (jp) wrote: In the early days of CGI, there was HERCULES! CGI has been a killer of film for me, but I actually watched it just to see how shitty the CGI was, and I was impressed.

Robert M (ca) wrote: This was a cute holiday film I'd never heard of. But thanks to constant monitoring of TCM, I'm able to catch these gems. Stanwyck and McMurray have great chemistry and it's nice to see them genuinely romantic and not scheming (Double Indemnity). Both are perfectly charming and engaging. The supporting cast is perfect and it only took me a minute to recognize the amazing Sterling Holloway. This has Preston Sturges written all over it; though, it is evident he didn't direct it. Had he directed it, this would probably have been a five star film. The ending is a bit abrupt, but it's extremely honest to character growth and to the romance. I liked that part of it. Worth watching with a glass of wine and a fire burning.

Thomas P (nl) wrote: The perfect male bonding movie - I called my Dad after seeing this, and only did that previously once - after watching U-571.The only females in the whole film are natives to the places the ship visits.Equal parts gritty and elegant, this is a triumph of brotherhood, almost a right-of-passage into male adulthood.