A shy French anthropologist who happens to be secretly in love with her college superior, chooses "bimbos" as the subject of her thesis. She becomes one of them in order to do that, and the professor she loves falls for her new identity.
A gang member, suffering from severe memory loss, searches for his brother's murderer. He secretly enlists the aid of the investigating Detective, while other members of his gang are mysteriously and sadistically murdered.
Michael D. Olmos
Edward James Olmos,
Awful and pretentious movie masquerading as a rip-off of The Decline of the American Empire. As in almost all the works of the director, novelist Alexandre Jardin (who cameos as the actor in the corny X-rated CD-ROM), women can change their stupid and selfish companion into a loving and sensitive partner. But they can't polish this turd. Unfunny one- liners woodenly delivered, curious (mis)cast, lazy direction and two cents romanticism characterize this one. Apparently, Jardin attempted to deliver strong truths hidden under rather crude humor. But, as the humor misfires, there's only tame crudeness in the dialogs and a drip state of the union between men and women.
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