Michel, a psycho-analyst, falls asleep while listening to his patient Olga, a kleptomaniac and a sexual pervert, tell him how she likes her husband beating her. When he wakes up, he finds Olga having been choked to death. He now has to deal with a body, with Olga's rich husband who thinks she stole money from him, and with all his patients' insanity that haunts him.
- Stars:Andrew Lawrence, Mark L. Taylor, Lori Hallier, Alison Pill, Brenden Jefferson, Joe Grifasi, Scott McCord, Tyler Hynes, Sarah Gadon, Robert Buck, Andrea Garnett, Colm Magner, Jean-Hugues Anglade, Hélène de Fougerolles, Predrag Manojlovic, Valentina Sauca, Robert Hirsch, Yves Rénier, Catherine Mouchet, Denis Podalydès, Jean-Pierre Becker, Riton Liebman, Vantha Talisman, Laurent Bateau, Cyril Raffaelli, Estelle Desanges, Matteo Vallon,
- Country:France, Germany
- Director:Jean-Jacques Beineix,
- Writer:Jean-Jacques Beineix, Jean-Pierre Gattegno (novel)
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(gb) wrote: this sounds like a similar story to the book the alchemist
(fr) wrote: i felt like i was both tok and o, like a yin yang type atmosphere through the whole movie
(jp) wrote: Kids comedy about a teen who gets a job at a hamburger joint only to get involved with a silly burger war.
(br) wrote: Not one of Lang's best, but this sanitised remake of La Bete Humaine has excellent photography of the American railroad, a decent Grahame performance and a bleak story that has more depth than it appears. The ending also appears unsatisfactory, however that adds to the film's enigmatic quality.
(ag) wrote: Just find the fps scene on youtube. Only thing worth watching. A poorly conceived cocktease.
(mx) wrote: A very refreshing sports movie that sticks out from the rest of the bunch thanks to its honesty and realism.
(gb) wrote: movie about nothing, no full story, amazing cast but absolutely no plot
(mx) wrote: Gus Van Sant's celebrated opus seethes with dreamy, pensive and luscious homoeroticism with Keanu Reeves and the late River Phoenix playing a pair of drifting gay hustlers sharing an existential crisis on a motorcycle road trip.