Gu, a famous gangster, has just escaped from jail. All french police is after him. Before leaving the country with Manouche, the woman he loves, Gu needs a final job to get some money. The job works, but a police's scheming makes Gu appear as a traitor to his own accomplices. Gu will do whatever it takes to clean his honor...
Monsieur Cinema, a hundred years old, lives alone in a large villa. His memories fade away, so he engages a young woman to tell him stories about all the movies ever made. Also a line of ... See full summary »
Although 'Chambre a part' shows an entertaining story and a fairly well-done picturing, partly in Paris and partly in London, one cannot escape being disappointed by its acting.
For its cast two popular singers were selected: Jacques Dutronc and Lio. Both have a shining reputation in French popular music. Unfortunately it does not suffice to level this film up to an acceptable quality.
The two other leads, acting an elderly couple, do not perform above mediocrity, too.
Only Engelbert Humperdinck comes out well in 'Chambre a part'. He restricts himself to where he is good in: singing.
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