'Kurt' claims to be a sales rep. He also claims to be English in spite of his heavy Italian accent. Kurt is an habitual liar and a dangerous driver, at the very least. In the south of France he meets Léa, age 16. Between his increasingly strange dates with Léa, Kurt engages in a number of armed robberies, some successful, some not... The police are perplexed by a series of crimes including disappearances and a murder. They conclude that they are dealing with a madman... After he proposes, Léa breaks up with Kurt. The attempt to find a new girlfriend leads to a shooting by Kurt, now calling himself André. Léa's information identifies Kurt/André as Roberto Succo, psychiatric patient and parental murderer. The police hunt for Roberto covers three countries.
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Ian S (ag) wrote: This is the story of the death of Princess Diana of Wales and the relationship between British Prime Minister Tony Blair and the British Royal Family upon hearing of her death.
Indranil N (kr) wrote: people need to learn from such movies,awesome
Jeffrey R (fr) wrote: Sad, surreal, troubling and bitter sweet. Outside of Spike Lee's much longer doc about Katrina ruining New Orleans, this is a definitive account.
Mannie S (ag) wrote: Bleak but captivating.
Liliane S (us) wrote: Solid movie. Excellent acting. Great music.
Cecily B (mx) wrote: Pretty much a soft porn throughout the whole film but I guess that is o be expected when trying to bring out your inner "ivy"
Alex G (de) wrote: Decent ideas and almost interesting reversals on horror tropes that ultimately fall flat without much to say or do beyond its catchy pumpkin gravesite.
Paul D (ru) wrote: Terrible beyond words. Stephen King should NEVER be allowed to direct again. The acting was beyond bad, it made me want to bang my head againt the wall repeatedly. As for Yeardley Smith...she should never be allowed to do anything other than Lisa Simpson's voice for the rest of her life. Her screaming made me wish I was deaf!
Karsh D (gb) wrote: a poor film which plods it's way through a sticky plot involving radiation turning people into zombies which all leads to a shoddy end
Danny M (jp) wrote: Great film. Love these films. Ain't seen for years, look Forward to seeing 2,3 and 4
Vincent T (ca) wrote: Un film de Redford meconnu qui merite pourtant de l'etre. Tire d'une histoire vraie qui plus est.