Five men break into Frank Wagner's apartment. Frank is able to escape and seeks out the help of Johan Falk. Has someone leaked that Frank is working with the police? Frank and John do not know who knows what and who they can trust. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Johan Falk: Kodnamn: Lisa
Frank Wagner is sleeping next to his family. The plans to move abroad lays on the kitchen table. They suddenly hear how someone tries to break into the apartment. Five masked men is trying ...
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Walter M (it) wrote: "Abuse of Weakness" starts with Maud Shainberg(Isabelle Huppert) waking up to feeling like half her body has died. The emergency response operator takes a glass half full approach to the situation. That helps to get Maud to the hospital where she faces a difficult recovery from a serious stroke. But even in the hospital she is planning her next movie, having already secured at least partial financing. She finds her leading man when watching Vilko Piran(Kool Shen), an ex-con, on television talking about the book he has just written. With one of her most assured movies, "Abuse of Weakness," Catherine Breillat details a real incident from her life, bravely admitting that she does not have all of the answers while asking the audience to fill in the blanks. This is not the first time she has made a cinema a clef, as she also did so with "Sex is Comedy." On the other hand, "Abuse of Weakness" is less about sex while still on the physical side of the equation as Maud finds herself trapped in her malfunctioning body while Breillat ironically finds herself trapped in one of her movies.(Thankfully, this has never happened to David Cronenberg.) Perfectly embodying that damaged physicality is Isabelle Huppert who again raises her game to yet another level.
Carlos G (fr) wrote: Just like the first and like the next just that 80's corny good action movie, lots of shout outs and car chase's etc.
Gary M (gb) wrote: Interesting movie. nice and solid. I liked it.
Christian C (fr) wrote: Pelicula pa' intensa...lo curioso es que en el fondo la historia es un drama mas, nada nuevo, pero quedas tan metido en ella que bajas la guardia y al final quedas llorando. Por lo menos eso fue lo que me paso a mi al verla.
Sasy N (nl) wrote: Emotional anstrengend wie kaum ein anderer Film. Ich musste zwischendurch immer wieder Pause machen, weil ich sonst durchgngig geweint htte. Sicherlich gibt es einige Kritikpunkte (Fokussierung auf britische "Sichtweise" z.B.), aber insgesamt gesehen ist der Film wirklich gut und die Besetzung groartig - besonders Chiwetel Ejiofor.
Darren P (ag) wrote: I enjoyed it, orginal for a change, could of been a hell of a lot better if it was given more money, strange seeing James Marsters being anyone but Spike, quality performance as usual
Michael R (mx) wrote: I haven't watched that many French comedys, but I really liked this one.
Tommy W (jp) wrote: I like the show but this movie sucks
CHENERY W (au) wrote: Like Swingers..Love the way the little girl got Loved in the end!!!
Adam P (br) wrote: One of the better unknown movies out there, try and watch it if you can.
cli o (kr) wrote: nothanks not my kinda thing
Jennifer W (kr) wrote: this is a classic Goldie Hawn movie she is so pretty and cookie loved it
Richard D (ag) wrote: Not exactly a difficult film to appreciate, but perhaps a difficult film to warm up to. It features two alternating plot lines. In the first one, Pierre Clmenti and Franco Citti lead a tribe of rampaging cannibals around the desolate countryside of Mount Etna until they are captured and ritually destroyed by the Church. The second plot starts out a bit like a late 60s Godard film, with Jean-Pierre Laud and Anne Wiazemsky have long discussions avout Marxist theory. It soon evovles into a fierce satire of bourgeoise complicity. It doesn't seem like the two plots are specifically related even thematically, but they fit together in an emotional sense. This is a very angry film.
Timothy S (us) wrote: Most forgotten thrillers are that way for a reason; they aren't worthy of your time or attention. "Bad Influence", on the other hand, is a gem of a film just waiting to be rediscovered, a gleefully down and dirty winner that had the misfortune of bad timing upon its initial release.It came out just as the notorious sex scandal of its star Rob Lowe was breaking, casting a lot of similarities between his personal life and his seedy character in the film. It was unjustly ignored by audience. It's a shame really, because the picture holds up just as well today as it did then, a tight thriller that grows more sinister as it goes along all under the very capable direction of Curtis Hanson. He would gradate on to more serious fare, but he cut his teeth on suspense thrillers, and he has a real knack for them.This is engrossing from start to finish, and it's perfectly cast as well. Lowe relishes the chance to play upon his tawdry public image, and James Spader is cast against type, wonderfully so, as the weakling who learns what he's truly capable of. The two actors play off each other terrifically, and it's nice to see the film avoid the graphic violence that plagues many like it. This is a suspense thriller, not a bloody mess.It also gets points for being logical and plausible, as the pent-up Spader gets a chance to cut loose. "Bad Influence" is a top-notch picture, an overlooked one that deserves a second chance to find a new audience.