In the middle of the night, someone brings Ivan's body home to his wife and his sad-faced, jug-eared son. Through flashbacks, the film discloses the relationships among Ivan and his brother Alex, a cop with a cleanliness fetish; siblings Juliette and Jimmy, Ivan's partners in a seedy nightclub; the love triangle of Alex, Juliette, and Marie, a professor of philosophy; and of Alex and his nephew, Ivan's dour, stoic son. Ivan's death changes every relationship.
- Stars:Catherine Deneuve, Daniel Auteuil, Laurence Côte, Benoît Magimel, Fabienne Babe, Didier Bezace, Julien Rivière, Ivan Desny, Régis Betoule, Pierre Perez, Naguime Bendidi, Didier Raymond, Jean-Louis Meunier, Eric Kreikenmayer, Jean-Jacques Cravero,
- Director:André Téchiné,
- Writer:André Téchiné (dialogue), Gilles Taurand (dialogue), Michel Alexandre, André Téchiné (scenario), Gilles Taurand (scenario), Pascal Bonitzer (scenario
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(es) wrote: If you enjoy star-spotting, this is for you, there are loads of cameos in this. It's about a movie maker set in Hollywood so was a sure fire hit even before it was released. The opening scene is famous for it's Birdman like continuous take. The story is not too bad either, thankfully.
(nl) wrote: It's good movie to watch
(kr) wrote: Going back to watch Knockaround Guys, I found this movie to actually be an entertaining modern-day mobster movie. The story, while maybe not the most original, is done quite well and has a nice little twist at the end that kind of surprised me. I just wish the movie would have been a little longer to give a little bit of time to introduce some of the characters more. As for the acting, Barry Pepper and Vin Diesel come off really well as badass mobsters Matty and Taylor and John Malkovich is as good as usual. The only person that just didn't seem to fit in was Seth Green.
(au) wrote: Fascinating look at 1950's racial tension, from the unique viewpoint of Black/Jewish interaction. Charming movie. Adrien Brody & Ben Foster are good, and Joe Mantegna is stellar.
(es) wrote: Interesting perspective for a movie.
(ag) wrote: Awkward, aimless storytelling, some experimenting with the medium that doesn't work, very cliche situations and characters, lots of mediocre acting, and an inconsistent mood.
(ag) wrote: Breathless was a revolutionary film debut from Jean-Luc Goddard, and watching it after over five decades later, every shot and every scene demonstrates it hasn't lost an ounce of its influence or importance.
(us) wrote: Fascinating choices for its time and you can tell Spielberg is slowly making a name of himself.
(ag) wrote: I think that really immature people might be the only ones who might like it.
(de) wrote: For all the supposed psychology behind the plot, there's not much logic here. Yet I have to admit that the last 30 minutes of the film had me tickled.
(nl) wrote: Yikes. As enticing as a Vincent Price/Frankie Avalon team-up must have appeared on paper, the end result is embarrassing, rather than funny, and while there's some decent spoofing of the then-huge spy flick craze, it's way, way too silly. However, I do give Price points for stepping outside his comfort zone and really camping it up in epic fashion.