The Mother and the Whore

The Mother and the Whore

In this sexually frank French drama, the aimless young Alexandre juggles his relationships with his girlfriend, Marie, and a casual lover named Veronika. The dialogue-heavy film focuses intently on the love triangle, with Marie increasingly jealous of Alexandre's fling with Veronika. As the trio continues their unsustainable affair, the emotional stakes get higher, leading to conflict and unhappiness.

In Paris, the pedantic Alexandre lives with his mate Marie in her apartment, an open relationship. Alexandre, who is idle and chauvinist, spends his days reading, drinking and shagging ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Paul D (jp) wrote: Well made crime-drama, but its major fault is there's no real characters to like within the film.

Heather M (br) wrote: A sweet and ridiculous feel good movie that is worth a watch.

Jason R (nl) wrote: The protagonist is probably the most ridiculous in the history of ever, but yet he remains beloved. Phenomenal flick.

Pepper J (au) wrote: This's a very touchful and emotional movie. This may happen to you - one day

Elise S (nl) wrote: My choice of weapon has always been a water bottle.

Lindsey R (gb) wrote: It's ok. But after you see it alit it's nit as great

Matthew V (br) wrote: Leprechaun could have worked as a self aware b movie or a gore film with a light and happy contrast. Instead it tries too hard to scare you with a creepy leprechaun who has no interesting lines or motives. The movie can be enjoyed as a so bad it's good movie though.

Michael C (ca) wrote: I'm all for Jean Rollin's unique brand of dreamlike intrigue, Lesbians, vampires, and exploitative use of boobs. But fuck me, what the hell was this? As usual, there are several poignant moments, and some curious themes, hidden behind a veil of tits, a lack of both patience and care, a crazy storyline, truly appaulling acting, and some hideous Normal people would would hate this flick, but I admire the effort.

KJ P (gb) wrote: Dumb is just not a strong enough word to describe this film, but oddly enough, this films plot is so stupid, that I had already forgotten about it 20 minutes in, because the actors really made something of their characters and I ended up enjoying this movie. Sure it's humour is dated, as it was trying to keep up with the trends of the early 90's, but you can easily out yourself back into that time period, as it was not that long ago. Frozen for thousands of years, a caveman is thawed in the 20th Century and must adapt and learn to speak. There are a lot of obvious gags, but others that I really did enjoy. It may be a mad movie overall, but I have no problem saying that I enjoyed watching it. "Encino Man" is worth a watch if you like dumb humour.

Oscar H (ag) wrote: En parodi som frsker gra fr slashern vad Airplane! gjorde fr flygkaparfilmer. Student Bodies, som r frn perioden d slasherfilmer fullstndigt spottades ut i Hollywood, inleds trffskert, fyndigt och roligt fr att sedan mest bli upprepande och enformig. Kan man sina mrdare i mask-filmer har man en del behllning hr, annars ter sig filmen frmodligen en smula obegriplig. Ett stort plus dock fr skdisen som gr under namnet The Stick, som verkligen gr skl fr sitt namn utseendemssigt. Slutscenerna, i vrsta Friday the 13th-anda, gr ingen glad.

Tim S (au) wrote: What can I say? The best music video ever made.

Andy A (us) wrote: A bit overly sentimental at times for such a brawny body as the French Foreign Legion, this lesser known piece of Gene Hackman's career is probably not so well known for good reason. The cliched plight of these haggard mercs really doesn't have much going for it, and some poor editing certainly doesn't help to further its cause. I'll admit that this heavily romanticized excursion probably has much more potential than I'm giving it credit for, but its hard to give dues since it aspires to what "Khartoum" set out to do on a far less effective level and on a much smaller scale. At times there is a sort of baroque melancholy captured in the smoky indoor scenes that is hard to not like, but for the most part the preening butt-chinned protagonist (Terence Hill), not to mention a highly distracting (and highly unfocused) romance with "Belle de Jour" temptress Catherine Deneuve, really prevents the viewer from enjoying any kind of fully realized desert fantasy in any way shape or form. And, as a final parting shot, it would be important to remember that while the fantastic Ian Holm may have excelled as a Hobbit, an android and a even a futuristic priest, he was never EVER meant to play an Arab.

Chris (ag) wrote: Another 2 hour plus Kurosawa, luckily it's pretty good. The ending is a bit of a downer and kind of abrupt though.

Stella D (ag) wrote: an anarchic road trip movie, very much of it's time (1970s). the french title les valseuses translates to 'the waltzers,' a slang term for testicles, so the film should probably be called 'the balls.' there's plenty of sex as the two buddies try to make every woman they encounter, in between robberies and stealing cars. jeanne moreau has a touching role as an older woman just released from prison and also look for a very young isabelle huppert. much fun and not for the prudish.

Timothy M (ag) wrote: A real dud. I don't know what the hell Paul Newman is doing with his accent here - how the character manages to convince anyone with it is beyond me. There are 2 good sequences - a car chase through rugged little Irish roads, and an escape sequence where Newman knees a woman in the groin and pistol-whips Michael Horden. It's quite absurd, naturally. The later part of that escape sequence is very [i]No Country for Old Men[/i], except instead of shooting the dog, Newman... drowns it. Classy! Otherwise this is a particularly stupid and languid film, not helped by the fact that its tagline gives away a third-act plot development, no less.

David H (jp) wrote: Grandious Gangster Movie with a totally bounding and surprising Story, great directed and with a bombastic Soundtrack composed by Ennio Morricone

Walter M (ca) wrote: "America, America" starts in Anatolia in 1896 where Stavros(Stathis Giallelis), a Greek, and Vartan(Frank Wolff), an Armenian, scrape by on bringing ice down from the mountains to sell in the market. As bad as things are them for right now, they are about to get a whole lot worse with the Turkish authorities using the excuse of a fire at the central bank to crack down on the minorities, leaving Vartan dead and Stavros frustrated to try and leave for America. After giving his shoes to a beggar on the road, he returns home at the end of the day. By then, his father(Harry Davis) has seen the writing on the wall, too, intending to send Stavros to Constantinople to seek out his cousin in order to pave the way for the rest of his family. Every family has a story to tell about how they came to live in America and this is Elia Kazan's personal one about his uncle, grandly told in a suitably epic fashion, with Haskell Wexler's sublime cinematography, that does get a little muddled towards the end. Along the way, we get a great sense of what it was like at the time and what it took to undertake such an arduous journey,(just getting to Constantinople is risky enough) which does not change a person so much as the people they encounter along the way. If you know the history of the region(specifically the Armenian genocide and what little I gleaned from Jeffrey Eugenides' novel 'Middlesex'), then you know what happens next and the timing could not have been any better for Stavros and family.

Jeff S (kr) wrote: Joan Crawford won Lead Actress Oscar for this?? Give me the Kate Winslett version over this one any day.

Paul K (it) wrote: Saw this again last night, after a number of years. I understood it a lot better this time around, it's excellent on all fronts. Last time I thought it was visually very beautiful but I struggled with the narrative, but somehow this time it all made much more sense. I also enjoyed the documentary about Vermeer with which BBC4 followed it.

Lewis M (ru) wrote: A decent film which is set out pretty typically, but manages to keep the plot moving along well.