Alex, a young journalist girl, enters in the life of Kyle by chance. He's a seductive architect who doesn't know his ex-wife, Elizabeth, is back in town after the death of her very rich - very old Parisian new husband. Elizabeth takes up her career as a psychologist and she has a new patient: Richard. He is afraid of the way his sexual life with Jane is going. She is a quiet and shy librarian with hidden hobbies, who likes to chat on the internet with Enzo, Kyle's best friend. Richard is paying his therapy with the money he earns as a mariachi chocolate seller in supermarket promotions while he waits for his novels to be published. One of the novels tells the story of his ex-girlfriend Alex... (http://www.thesymmetryoflove.com).
Richard is in love with Jane; Alex likes Kyle; Kyle's ex-wife Elizabeth is back in town; Elizabeth is guiding Richard's love-life; Richard's ex-girlfriend, Alex, finds about the novel he's writing. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Chris D (kr) wrote: A well shot movie that really could have used more titles with dialog: the movie only had dialog through letters and signposts, with the characters miming otherwise. The world of Tabu is incredible, however, a Polynesian paradise. The story is very dark and is a classic case of star-crossed lovers. I suppose the ending shouldn't have surprised me, but it felt very blunt and unsatisfying. It would have been nice if Murnau had taken some further time for an aftermath of "The Girl"'s life. I especially enjoyed the opening as an exposition of native life on the islands, as well as the boy that helps cheer up "The Boy".
Joshua M (us) wrote: If the idea of a dull, self-absorbed introvert moping his way through an hour and thirty-four minutes of a thirty minute story appeals to you, then Monogamy is right up your alley. For all the Pabst Blue Ribbon Nat and Theo imbibe, the only actual irony here is the title. Look, he shaved his beard, he must have learned a valuable lesson.
Karun K (ru) wrote: Aamir is a small movie but has plenty to offer to its audience. With no heroine, no regular formula of a romance, song and dance or an item number, no foreign locales etc, Aamir takes the viewer to a mumbai seldom seen in mainstream cinema. This suspense thriller is to be praised for its realistic approach. Impressive performance by Rajeev Khandelwal, he plays his part brilliantly as a troubled common man. Be sure to watch this if you still havn't!
Louis F (de) wrote: A fabulous documentary on the privatization of water, the impact of sustainable ecosystems, and the prospect for wars based on water.
Ahmed M (au) wrote: An amazing performance by Rooney Mara, displaying her full commitment to the role which is easily noticeable in the movie, on top that, an intriguing story, has made The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo a dark, but yet a work of genius in it's own way. Also I didn't personally like how there was so many things going on, and you were suppose to keep up with it, at times I found things hard to understand not because of how difficult or complex they were, but because of how much information the move was telling in every five minutes. But then again, it is a personal opinion, so some people might have had no problem understanding the large amounts of information. Overall, It may have been great, but the ending feels disappointing, feels as if something is missing.
Jonas C (mx) wrote: A pair of teenage kung fu experts find that their widowed father fetched tales of adventure may hold more water than they thought in this martial arts adventure with fight choreography for action. In his day, Teddy was a force to be reckoned with, but most energy is spent now aging chiropractic care for his rebellious son Nicky and his emotions in search of her daughter, Natalie. Despite the fact that the young couple gets angry when his father begins waxing nostalgic about the good old days, they do not realize is that his father is still fighting the good fight, doing his best to protect other retired agents. When his father is kidnapped by a vengeful enemy looking to settle a score with the past, Nicky and Natalie, Natalie act with the girl kicking her boyfriend Jason to take the bad and ensure that your father has a safe and happy return.
Natalie C (ag) wrote: good show has a good story line.
Ccile A (ag) wrote: Meme si la liberte est surtout fantasmee, provoquee par l'insularite etouffante, il reste quelques passages d'echappement, ou on respire !...mais on est en apnee pendant une grande partie du film, accroches a la mere !...Ces sensations, c'est - entre autres - grace a la musique qui contribue a creer une atmosphere de pesanteur ; la chanson de John Surman, "Nestor's Saga" est envoutante et bien meilleure que les compositions du "Grand Bleu" dans le meme style aquatique (sans vouloir ecorcher Eric Serra non plus), sans oublier la fameuse chanson de Patty Pravo (chanteuse mythique en Italie) dont le titre "La Bambola" (1968) s'est vendu a 30 millions d'exemplaires. La derniere scene, procession du village dans l'eau et fuite de la famille, est aussi delirante et poetique,...MaGiQuE. L'authenticite qui se degage du film est renforce par les gamins de l'ile, autochtones. Leur talent se confirme dans le dernier film de Crialese -The Golden Door- ; un physique plus ingrat, ils incarnent des personnages bien differents mais conservent l'energie et le naturel qu'ils avaient dans "Respiro". Enfin, faites attention a la photographie, aux couleurs - le directeur de la photo travaille sur le prochain film de Tornatore (Cinema Paradisio) - couleurs suggerees par certaines versions de l'affiche.
Robert I (it) wrote: The show ended on a cliffhanger, but this movie resolves it. Kind of. Alas, the Tanners are NOT IN IT! BOO! ALF is excellent as always. Now to do the R rated feature.
Orlok W (es) wrote: Magnificent thriller with top notch acting by main and support cast--Cut-to-the-Chase Crime drama!!
Shawn H (ag) wrote: A slow absurd and tense tale with a sick ending. My kind of movie...
Deke P (fr) wrote: Classic, and classic music.
Ritch F (us) wrote: Thought it would be fun and quirky. Turned into the darkest pile of horse shite I've ever seen in my life