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Fashion executive Dominique's obsession for Quentin, a young bisexual hustler, fills her desire for physical love but leaves her taxed emotionally. Twists and turns in the relationship, along with the man's violent and abusive nature, force Dominique to reconcile the conflicts created by her passion. In this quest, Dominique is aided [and sometimes hindered] by friends, clients, and Quentin's former and current acquaintances. Written by
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not great, not impressive. only interesting. a love story who has care to explore the roots of feelings, expectations, the delicate pieces of relation and motivation who defines it. Isabelle Huppert is the same and the mixture of passion and cold emotion has a splendid translation in her performance. Vincent Lindon is maker of a seductive character for its balance between worlds.and Vincent Martinez is the ideal choice for a vulnerable, selfish and in search of his sense of life guy. it is a film of details and than fact makes it in a different cinema work and, in same measure, reminds the virtues of European art. it is an exercise to rebuild a new-old form of realism. more than story/atmosphere itself, essential are the silence slices. the looks, the gestures, the untold words. so, a special film. or, maybe, just interesting.
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