Alice is a promising young artist in Paris. Her boyfriend Franck, a boxer, has just moved in to her attic flat. Then her sister Elsa, a bored housewife, leaves her unfaithful husband Thomas...
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Alice is a promising young artist in Paris. Her boyfriend Franck, a boxer, has just moved in to her attic flat. Then her sister Elsa, a bored housewife, leaves her unfaithful husband Thomas and turns up unannounced to stay with Alice and Franck. Elsa disrupts their life by playing psychological games with them, but they cannot bring themselves to throw her out. Written by
Alice (Anne Parillaud) is a French artist invited to expose in New York. Her boy friend, the boxer Franck (Patrick Aurignac) has just moved to live with her, when her deranged sister Elsa (Béatrice Dalle) leaves her husband Thomas (Alain Chabat) and their children alone and comes to stay with the couple, destroying their relationship. This movie is a great deception. Having a magnificent French cast and a great atmosphere in a weird triangle of love, it concludes in the worst way like in a vulgar erotic thriller. In the end, only the nudeness and beauty of Anne Parillaud is worthwhile. My vote is five.
Title (Brazil): 'Seis Dias, Seis Noites' ('Six Days, Six Nights')
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