Love Is the Perfect Crime
Marc, in his 40s, is a professor of literature at the University of Lausanne. Still a bachelor — and still living with his sister Marianne in a huge, isolated chalet that they inherited when they were very young — he carries on one love affair after another with his students. Winter has almost ended when one of his most brilliant students, Barbara, suddenly disappears. Two days later, Marc meets Barbara’s mother, Anna, who wants to find out more about her vanished daughter.
- Stars:Mathieu Amalric, Karin Viard, Maïwenn, Sara Forestier, Denis Podalydès, Marion Duval, Damien Dorsaz, Carl von Malaisé, Anne-Laure Tondu, Alain Börek, Pierre Maillard, Guilherme Dias Martins, Nora Steining, Baptiste Coustenoble, Fabienne Barras,
- Country:France, Switzerland, Belgium
- Director:Arnaud Larrieu, Jean-Marie Larrieu,
- Writer:Philippe Djian (novel), Arnaud Larrieu (screenplay), Jean-Marie Larrieu (screenplay)
A literature professor at the University of Lausanne, Marc has a reputation for having love affairs with his female students. A few days after the disappearance of one of the most brillant ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Love Is the Perfect Crime torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: A good follow-up to Restrepo. Worth checking out if you liked the first film.
(ag) wrote: A solid rockumentary but redundant for those who have red Ozzy's autobiography.
(it) wrote: Mucho mejor que la primera, (que no he visto la segunda parte), tiene momentos bastante terrorificos, adems de un final super ambiguo que te dejara con ganas de ms. Efectiva y emocionante.
(us) wrote: Shocking facts about war in Iraq and murders commited by US corporations supported by Bush administration.
(nl) wrote: Amazing story about survival in Antartica!
(fr) wrote: Surprisingly charming. It is interesting to see Kevin Smith in a role where he isn't directing and where he is not Silent Bob. It's a nice date movie.
(es) wrote: Someone tried to make something like "The Snatch" and "Pulp fiction" but it's more like soap opera than strong movie. Only few funny scenes, good editing but bad acting and imitative script.
(it) wrote: Film mozzafiato che registra l'alleanza tra criminalit e mass-media
(fr) wrote: This movie is amazing! Not for everyone be warned.
(ru) wrote: Good 70s cop thriller with John Wayne playing a Dirty Harry type.
(ag) wrote: "Downhill Racer" is an interesting piece on the resume of Robert Redford. The film was completed prior to the release of Redford's major breakout in "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid", although it's theatrical premiere came only a week later. Redford in "Downhill Racer" hardly exemplifies what made him a star - his character, David Chappellet, is aggravatingly complacent and rather boorish. It's a tremendous performance of great understatement and nuance by the American acting legend, a work so low-key that Redford sheds his growing stardom in favor of total character immersion.Chappellet joins the United States Ski Team following a serious injury to a valued member, and immediately he sets his goals for individual fortune. Downhill skiing is not a team sport, argues Chappellet, and it's easy to assume that he'd stand in the way of his teammates' success if it meant more for him.He's an interesting hero for this familiar genre. We certainly cannot question his great ambition, but he's a character so distant that he's hard to root for. Really, he's a thoroughly distainable asshole - we don't necessarily hope that he wins the big race, but we are certainly curious to see what lies ahead for him.The opposite of Redford's Chappelet is the team's coach played by Gene Hackman. He's a character somewhat more reminiscent of the run-of-the-mill underdog sports drama. His performance is one of great humanity, and throughout the course of the film he does what he can to bring his team together.What makes "Downhill Racer" special is it's racing sequences. Shot in long takes from the racer's point-of-view, the action is driven by the danger of the sport rather than a manipulative score or rapid-fire editing techniques. These sequences are almost hypnotic, scenes of tremendously cutting-edge camera work amongst a film that is otherwise fairly dated aesthetically.
(fr) wrote: This is definitely in my top 10 Bond flicks Since it has everything you want in a Bond movie.Great action, gorgeous woman, over the Top Villains like Xenia Onatopp and James Bond saving the day.This one also has a great story and Pierce definitly proved he was the right man to Play James Bond. They couldn't have picked someone better.Id Say the two best Bond actors for me are Pierce Brosnan and Sean Connery
(gb) wrote: Thursday, August 4, 2011 (1983) Gorky Park MYSTERY Emotionless John LeCarre adaption of the same name which was made, just after the Cold War which the setting is Russia involves the discovery of three bodies with faces that're carved out and William Hurt as the Moscow police searching for answers with very few moscow officers assisting him, like two for instance! Similar to "Cop Land" with Sylvestor Stallone and Harvy Keitel! A movie that doesn't really have a mystery and no suspense, no clues but with one unemotional scene after the next. Russia is a gorgeous place to look at, but looks so depressingly dreary here! I can get more excitement watching paint dry than to sit still watching this! 1.5 out of 4
(nl) wrote: Some good ideas and creepy moments are let down by an uneven script.