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Les invisibles (2005)

 -  Drama  -  15 June 2005 (France)
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Bruno
Lio ...
Carole Stevens
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Le gardien
Margot Abascal ...
Lisa
Noël Akchoté ...
Noël
Jean-Pierre Léonardini ...
Monsieur William
Eva Ionesco ...
Vanessa
Violetta Sanchez ...
La réceptionniste hôtel
Louis-Do de Lencquesaing ...
Le physionomiste club échangiste (as Louis-Dominique de Lencquesaing)
Annick Roux ...
La femme rousse
Bernard Nissile ...
Le maître d'hôtel
Astrid Adverbe ...
La voisine de Bruno
Yannick Rivalain ...
Le voisin de Bruno
Cécile Adélaïde ...
La secrétaire de Carole
David Seys ...
Le videur
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Risk-taking, plodding.
4 December 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Some daring choices regarding cinematography and camera placement. A claustrophobic, insular world. The story left the audience (given only a vague sense of expectation) unfulfilled. The lead character Bruno (Laurent Lucas) failed to elicit empathy on the part of this viewer; insufficient supporting characters to add dimension to Bruno.

But perhaps this is the point: the obsessed has time only to sleep and to obsess. He is by definition one-dimensional; such is the world of the auditory voyeur.

I wanted to ask the director at the post-screening Q&A at Facets Cinematheque in Chicago if he had been influenced by Coppola's "The Conversation" and Kieslowski's "Red". The question of length has to be addressed in a tighter re-edit.

Co-written by Emmanuele Bernheim, who also wrote the similarly toned "Swimming Pool" (2003).


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