The first live Cactus performance in over 30 years was greeted by a wildly enthusiastic New York City audience. Filmed at B.B.King's Blues Club in Times Square, the hard driving, boogie ... See full summary »
Yan is a successful artist. One day he is waiting for his date Florence to turn up at his apartment. As the doorbell rings, he finds another young woman in underwear on his doorstep: his ... See full summary »
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Pedro Armendáriz Jr.
In this road comedy from France, the goal is a convent where a woman at death's door and the travelers are her husband (a philosopher who has been in a madhouse since trying to strangle the... See full summary »
In 19th century, a disillusioned priest helps a young boy drifter who's a chess wunderkind to move on up in life and social structures using his talent. Years later, he's a success, but game of life and love has higher stakes than chess.
What I liked best was the sound track, with echoes from Puccini's Gianni Scicci. The plot is also an acceptable average, which also reminds of "Rien ne va plus" from Claude Chabrol, with the same Michel Serrault playing the role of a modest ordinary crook, trying his best to turn his boring life into an affordable extraordinary adventure.
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