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Unless you need a sleeping pill, stay away from this one.
What a boring movie. Charlotte Rampling plays a British politician with a troubled family life. She stays in Paris and complicates her life with an affair and a murder. The movie is constantly shot in the dark making it difficult to tell whether the setting is Paris or London. I gave it 5 out of 10 and only because I am a big fan of Michael Gambon.
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