Victor Vautier is incorrigible: he's in constant motion, working several cons at once, using different names and changing disguises. He's charming and outrageous, incapable of uttering a sentence that isn't embellished or an outright lie. His life goal is to make enough money to build a sea wall to protect Mont-Saint-Michel. Charlotte, a parole officer, shows up: she's young and seems taken in by Victor. He discovers she lives above the Senlus Museum, where her parents are the curators. With two pals he decides to steal a priceless El Greco triptych and then ransom it back to the cultural ministry. What will Charlotte do when she realizes he's used her to make a fortune?
Writer:Alex Varoux (novel), Michel Audiard, Philippe de Broca, Michel Audiard (dialogue)
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LeAnn G (ca) wrote: It was very preschool. The things it addressed are things that everyone feels and gets over when they're young. It was pretty dumb. I'm tired of people making movies just to make movies. We need more depth and an interesting story.
jay n (jp) wrote: Heavy dramatics and a suffocating atmosphere make this a challenge at times. What it has to balance out all the weighty goings on is acting of the highest order. Martin, Yvette Mimieux and Gene Tierney all contribute excellent work but the real fireworks is between Geraldine Page and Wendy Hiller as Dean's sisters. While Gerry Page has the showier role it's Wendy Hiller who gives the film's best performance.
Facebook U (us) wrote: A truly chilling and disturbing documentary that has all the elements of a great horror film, only this time, the monster is real.
Joy L (kr) wrote: CHECK THIS OUT GOT TO LOVE IT !!!!!
Denis W (au) wrote: absolutely fucking dreadful!!!
Emely R (fr) wrote: love this it made me cry
Fredrik H (jp) wrote: Jag r sjlv med i denna otroligt bra film. Se den!!!
Jonathan S (mx) wrote: Some movies are obscure for good reason...and this is one of them. Terrible acting, amateur filming, rushed dialogue, truncated scenes, and the overall sense that the cinematic incompetence is diffusing into your own blood stream. The locations were good though and the I really did enjoy the Indian music throughout. Background extras were the best part. I think that's because they were locals. It's a good thing Siddhartha narrates what's going on with him because not one single character or emotional metamorphosis makes any sense. Things just seem to happen...people react to things...stuff stops happening...and then Shashi Kapoor tells us what he is thinking in the hopes that it might cover the actors' inabilities to convey any feeling and the filmmakers' overall ineptitude.
Keenan S (br) wrote: Two For The Road is a superb romance film that unlike most, takes a great deal of time to examine the relationship between the two main characters over the course of more than a decade in the good times and bad times. It covers several points of their relationship ranging from the actual dating, to marriage, to becoming parents, infidelities, and much more. It's funny, emotional, and very entertaining. I'd say it is definitely among the greatest romance films I've ever seen. It's a beautiful and compelling film that deserves more attention.
Richard B (ag) wrote: Decent little monster flick from the fifties. Though the monster costume was pretty cool. Fun stuff
Marilee A (au) wrote: I tried out for this Musical in Jr High, so I get all fuzzy every time this Movie comes on, I love this Movie.
Julio C (mx) wrote: De esas peliculas de argumento ridiculo e inverosimil, produccion de tres pesos y malas actuaciones. No deja de ser divertida como una pieza de humor involuntario.