A respected police commissioner has a reputation as a fervent opera lover, but by night he also enjoys plunging into the transvestite scene. In addition, he harbors a longing for his very ... See full summary »
Derek de Lint
The movie starts with an interview with director Claude Lelouch. He pleads viewers not to disclose the plot of the movie after leaving the projection room. Even the movie's trailer shows ... See full summary »
Jack and Judy are husband and wife, and Howard is Judys father. They live in some fictional undemocratic and repressive country, and tell us a story about their lives, mostly from Jack's ... See full summary »
David de Keyser
In southern France, in a quite little town, the mayor, who also owns a castle with some cattle, is in the wine cellar with some other people: the pharmacist, the veterinary, and some of his... See full summary »
Christian de Chalonge
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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