Catherine St.John-Burke is an independent, uptight, status obsessed, sophisticated, British woman, living alone in London's Chelsea, and doing herself no favors by having an affair with a married man. Her world is turned upside down when she comes home one day to discover an uneducated, Kiwi woman (with very hairy legs) drinking beer in her living room. Shirley Zachary claims to be Catherine's long lost half-sister and that their father, who Catherine thought died when she was a child, is still alive and trying to make claims on both of their properties following the death of their mothers! Furious and frustrated with Shirley's refusal to 'disappear', Shirley reluctantly agrees to undertake a DNA test.
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Mohamed F (us) wrote: Sorry guys, better luck next time!The thing bugging me the most about this movie is that it's directed by someone who worked as an editor first, and usually those who make that transition from editing to directing have a great sense of pacing and continuity, they know which shots cut and which don't, but this movie had some of the worst planned shots and editing I've ever seen, and a very messed up pacing...The script was SO bad, sure the concept might have sounded good, but the actual execution was just terrible, if you're making a movie about things going stale, you have to deliver the emotions but still keep me hooked, if you wanna show me that nothing is happening, you have to figure out how to show that to me with things actually happening on screen.I've been hearing good things about Microphone, the director's sophomore feature, and I really hope it makes up for this mess!
Qasim Arif S (ru) wrote: Excellent Adventure + Action Movie..................................
Nicole B (mx) wrote: I definately recommend this movie. I really enjoyed the entire cast of this movie and found the story moving and funny and inspiring. Plus it has an amazing soundtrack throughout.
Kyle M (jp) wrote: It'd done an improvement over its predecessor by managing to be funnier and apparently having a little more heart, even when the warmth may not have a presence to its usual pairing. (B)(Full review coming soon)
kris s (es) wrote: "I don't care if you think I'm a racist, as long as you think I'm thin."
Kesia M (es) wrote: I enjoyed this movie. I really enjoyed the book.
Luca D (us) wrote: A differenza di quello che leggo in giro non mi pare un capolavoro, ma un film carino con una buona storia dietro (io vedo nella trama quel voto in pi che si pu dare).P.s. A dir la verita' non ho ben compreso cosa, la parte riguardante l'ispettore, dovesse dirci o a cosa servisse.
Petrulka B (ca) wrote: mmmmm trailer "from czechoslovakia" .... I am sorry too but not anymore ;)
Ibrahim K (de) wrote: I think Gatlif tried to compansate the story with the music. before watching the movie i have listened the soundtrack and i should say that i was disappointed with the movie.
Zehera M (es) wrote: Another great masala multistarrer with great performances, great story and the best cast.
Daniel I (de) wrote: Although not one of Suzuki's very best films, try Branded to Kill or Tokyo Drifter, this tough film noir is well worth a watch. From sadistic gangsters to hiding diamonds inside mannequins, the film is full of surprises. Miyamoto plays a Sonny Chiba like character who seems untouchable for most of the time. Seijun Suzuki's direction and use of locations is brilliant, there is even some humour, though some of it is rather cruel.