A common thief (Depardieu) breaks into the house of a professional dominatrix (Ogier), and begins to help her "train" her clients. Though this world is alien to his experience, he finds ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A common thief (Depardieu) breaks into the house of a professional dominatrix (Ogier), and begins to help her "train" her clients. Though this world is alien to his experience, he finds ...
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Dave H (fr) wrote: This is probably the worst movie I have ever seen. Even got a B list low budget movie, it's remarkably bad. The acting is on par with community theater. The plot is incomprehensible. One point has a couple angle like guys kung fu fighting with some demon guys. The demons are actually wearing black jogging pants, and black hoodies. They even have on old Halloween type masks. (The kind with the string. The angels are in white shirt, and pants. Then the fight itself is more refills than anything I have seen on even the worst Japanese movies. Truly awful from beginning to end, without even one redeeming point in it.
Sergey P (es) wrote: By dee Emprah, this film is awesome! But, unluckily, when you can compare the film and the book, you understand how much you loose. Lots of scenes and gags were left behind, some of which - unscreanable at all. That is why I simply cannot set here 100%. But this movie is awesome!
Kitty C (br) wrote: I don't get why critics hated this film. It is quirky, and is not really a crime genre movie as described above. It is an odd little comedy about mistaken identity and love. It has weird-but-funny characters throughout. The characters are all extremely flawed, but even the criminals have some little something in their character to redeem them enough to make you like them. The dumb and inept hit-men who try to better themselves through "intelligent" discourse, the heavy hitter with a heart, the messed up dad trying to steal a life for his daughter, the accomplice along for the ride, but loyal- who falls for the thief's daughter. And the daughter, broken from having her only parent taken away, but finally finding value in a new relationship she can trust. It is not the best movie you will ever see, but if you like odd-ball characters, it is worth the viewing.
Private U (gb) wrote: A clever look at bad movies. I laughed out loud many times during this movie. A fun ride.
Johan A (br) wrote: Hpnadsvckande bra "bortglmd" Fred Astaire-film. Frglmlig intrig, naturligtvis, men skdisarna r briljanta och dansnumren r knckande. Man skulle kunna rekommendera den p ren perfektonism, men det r extremt underhllande ocks.
bill s (de) wrote: A little melodramatic at time but still heartfelt and played up by a stellar cast.
Hugo G (ru) wrote: I was intrigued about this movie and it's premise, but also because it starred Julianne Moore and it was going to be released on the Criterion Collection. But I had to admit that it was a very odd and ambiguous movie that left me not with that many questions but perplexed as to what had happened on the movie. Because it was all so inexplicable and strange but at the same time very helpless to watch Moore's character without any type of identity nor with any sign of what was really going on with her. Furthermore, the movie itself was very slow paced and it therefore affected it, but just to follow her character and go through everything with her was a fine experience and a very unique one. Therefore, I feel like the movie could've been better if it wasn't too ambiguous without compromising any of its value but also if it had developed more Moore's character and what was going on inside her head to kind of understand her more and her life. But overall, I feel like I should watch the movie again just to try and understand it more but also to see if I missed anything else of the movie itself. However, it did have a very good performance from Julianne Moore and the movie was good too, but it was maybe too pretentious or not enough, and I'm just thinking it too much but still it was hard to understand and to get my head around it. ~September 20, 2014~