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Oh, Hello on Broadway

Two delusional geriatrics reveal curious pasts, share a love of tuna and welcome a surprise guest in this filming of the popular comedy show.

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Users reviews

Babette H (mx)

t's all about Russkiewood!. Bali Schmali

Batesow T (nl)

Funny horror movie love chuckie

Christal F (nl)

uff said. . . David Tennant and Patrick Stewart

Christine L (it)

"Under conditions of tyranny, it is far easier to act than to think" - Arendt

David S (ag)

This movie is easily forgettable. It tries very hard to take itself seriously, which at times adds to the suspense, but it's rushed happy ending is too obvious and predictable. Disturbing Behavior is a teen thriller that has a good build-up of suspense and a generally interesting plot, but is generally quite dismissible

Jason S (jp)

On the clearest day, you can't see past her fucking fugly face and that huge shnoz

Liliane S (au)

Good sequel although some parts could have been skipped in my opinion

Morgan W (au)

boris karloff as a asian again

Nathan H (kr)

Totally surprised, touching movie

Ollie W (ru)

Ozon concludes with a wonderfully poignant final shot that perfectly subverts the classically romantic "ride off into the sun" cliche by having Marion and Friess adulterously wade into the beautiful evening sea, excited, hopeful, flirtatious, happy and all beneath a stunning, setting sun. Referencing his great predecessor throughout, Ingmar Bergman, arguably the greatest of female sympathizers, Ozon carefully casts Gilles in a murky light, boldly introducing him with that thoroughly unpleasant first segment and culminating in his inevitable unfaithfulness. Ozon's direction is pitch perfect, capturing the couple in a chilly, objectively observant light, he is fascinated with the little nuances of distrust and unhappiness that slowly emerge in this flawed relationship. Beginning with a traumatic, emotional segment that starts with Gilles and Marion's' divorce proceedings and ends with him essentially raping her in a hotel room - Ozon slightly lets up as he unveils each of the 5 segments, growing simultaneously warmer and more tragic as we understand both the initial attraction, the various problems and the tell-tale signs of unhappiness, perhaps even before the characters themselves realize. A cool, touching study of a doomed relationship in reverse that, as always with Ozon, essentially gives closer focus to Valeria Bruni Tedechi's wonderfully captivating female lead, Marion, over her brisk, often unlikeable husband, Gilles