Jacques Belin, presenter of a silly TV show, gets drunk after receiving an award and misses the train bringing his TV-soap-star fiancée. He meets up with Frède, just out of prison after a three year sentence and, in between numerous arguments and Jacques' break-up with his girlfriend, the two of them get drunker together, going across Paris in search of more alcohol and adventure.
- Stars:Josiane Balasko, Thierry Lhermitte, Gérard Martin, Jean-Claude Dauphin, Jean-Michel Dupuis, Jerome Walke, Guy Laporte, Théo Légitimus, Didier Pain, Viviane Elbaz, Mahmoud Zemmouri, El Kebir, Quardia Hamtouche, Gérard Jugnot, Victoria Abril,
- Director:Bernard Nauer,
- Writer:Josiane Balasko, Thierry Lhermitte
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(mx) wrote: It's a fantastic movie... A must watch... Watched it with no expectations and it way exceeded them... Wish Indian cinema promotes and makes more of movies...
(ag) wrote: I'm pretty sure I've made better movies than this...
(br) wrote: My first glimpse of Sandra Oh, who gives a great performance. A wondefully written story. Marvellous!
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(kr) wrote: The plot makes little sense, a priest commits suicide and the dead start raising from the grave and supernatural forces come on to Dunwich. I mean honestly how does one priest's suicide start the dead to raise from there graves. Anyway the movie gets an A for technical and atmosphere. Its also really graphic, with peoples brains being ripped out the back of their head, girls vomiting up intestines and bleeding from the eyes, and a guy getting a drill in the head.
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(au) wrote: Terrible. Just horrifically terrible. The worst thing I've seen since Blair witch. Almost like a Paranormal Activity, just in Jerusalem.