Emma and Marc, two young lovers, move into a house which has been uninhabited for thirty years. What they don't know is that in 1979, in a cave under the house, there was a gay disco, which burned down when a foam machine short-circuited, and five bodies were never found. Today, the house is haunted by five gay ghosts. However, only Marc is able to see them, and his visions drive Emma away.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:93 minutes
  • Release:2006
  • Language:French,Latin,Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:gay thriller,  

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M G (kr) wrote: 5 stars cause it's personal to me. I'm living it.

Sean P (ag) wrote: Overall it was boring and many of the scenes felt....well scripted, especially the scene between Donovan and Williams. I also didn't like political ramblings at the end. I will say I haven't seen Morse play that type of character before.

Spencer P (nl) wrote: Visually vast, impeccably dedicated, and stretching, its occasional gaping flaws in writing really don't matter much.

Steve A (kr) wrote: my friend was telling me about this movie. He mentioned a claymation penis and bad acting..he also mentioned Mary Carey taking a bee hive and pouring honey on her breasts. i was intrigued and had to view such material. i'm so glad i did. i felt like i wasted my time afterwards, but i had something to talk about at work.

Peter B (fr) wrote: Woody Allen's most underrated film.

Eran H (us) wrote: A lil better than average comedy. Could be a lot better (and a lot worse..)

John B (mx) wrote: Yuck! What a disappointment in going back to see classic Mike Leigh. What a way he has come since then and thank God. This was not particularly memorable. For Leigh completists only.

Gregory W (ca) wrote: just ok skip this see the original

Ladd W (ru) wrote: I enjoyed this movie for the most part. He loves her. She loves him, then she does love either him or him, but then she does love one, but not the other. The she hates both of them. Catherine just can't make up her mind! I especially like Truffaut's use of stock footage of Paris before and after WWI; how aware of itself this film is in certain historical and social contexts. My favorite part, however, was the whole 'Catch me!' vibe Catherine exudes throughout the film, forcing Jules and Jim to compete for her affections. The little visual metaphors Truffaut sprinkles throughout the film are a nice touch, too, such as the portrait of Napoleon in Catherine's apartment in the early part of the film.

Shane H (br) wrote: A fun, family oriented movie with plenty of laughs, and a great message.

Sean G (fr) wrote: Its on Netflix so I watched it. Talented cast makes one wonder how bad this would have been without Hart, Gad or Olivia Thirlby, who I enjoy watching but am not sure why.