The sound engineer Charlotte returns from Paris to her hometown in the countryside after the death of her mother, a clairvoyant card-reader murdered in her cottage. In the opinion of the ... See full summary »
Camille arrives at the island Ouessant where she was born, to sell the house of her parents. She finds a book of a certain Antoine and starts reading. A story of a stranger is told who came... See full summary »
One winter morning, while driving through the desolate French countryside, traveler Charlotte picks up hitchhiker Max. Together they stop at a roadside diner, where a strange and depraved horror awaits.
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En épousant Sarah, une viticultrice de St Emilion qui a déjà eu deux maris, trois filles et dont le premier amour est aujourdhui le mari de sa propre ex-femme et le beau-père de sa fille... See full synopsis »
The sound engineer Charlotte returns from Paris to her hometown in the countryside after the death of her mother, a clairvoyant card-reader murdered in her cottage. In the opinion of the police, the killer was one of her acquaintances as the house was not broken into. Charlotte feels hostility from her neighbors and decides to bug their house using her sound equipment. However she finds that inside her mother's house, there is a connection with the past and she can hear what happened there. Charlotte investigates the leads and discovers the truth about the death of her mother. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
I just watched this very absorbing, interesting film. I don't agree with the people who think that it was too slow. It just evolved as most French films do. I was a bit disappointed in the ending which was also rather typically French, quite abrupt, although everything did wrap up properly.
I also enjoyed the extras with the interview of the writer/director Alanté Kavaïté and the actress Émilie Dequenne
Two questions. Does anyone recognize the songs that were used in the film? Were they in English? I couldn't actually understand any of it. Also, does anyone know the filming locations for this? I believe they said Normandy or Brittany, but I couldn't tell.
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