I'm growing tired of movies like this one. Even with the improbable ending, it lacks originality.
A well-known author is having difficulty with his next book. He's facing a blank page. One day, it meets a prostitute in a coffee shop. Soon after, she becomes the inspiration for his new novel. A novel that will be celebrated by the critics. But this kind of story, the genre, is as old as Mathusalem. Even though both lead actors are doing a fine job, we just don't care for the characters they're playing.
One good note: the soundtrack by Jorane. I really like the music from this young artist. A few years ago, I saw one of her show and was enchanted.
Seen in Toronto, at the Royal Cinema, on April 5th, 2005, during the Cinéfranco festival.
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