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La dernière incarnation (2005)

Marc-André is a well-ordered bank accountant. One day a naked young woman, Mirah, emerges from a sort of egg out of nowhere. She has time travelled straight from the Mesopotamian to warn ... See full summary »

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Gilbert Turp ...
Marc-André
Catherine Florent ...
Mirah
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Urshanabi / Huwawa
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Louis-Philippe
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Homme en noir
Dominic Darceuil ...
Homme en noir
Marilyse Bourke ...
Chantal
Christiane Pasquier ...
Marthe
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Robert
Édith Cochrane ...
Julie
Deepak Massand ...
Zlusudra
Patrick Masbourian ...
Endukagga
Ivan Freud ...
Fourbe Mésoptamie #1
Taoufik ...
Fourbe Mésoptamie #2
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Marc-André is a well-ordered bank accountant. One day a naked young woman, Mirah, emerges from a sort of egg out of nowhere. She has time travelled straight from the Mesopotamian to warn Marc-André that he is in grave danger, from actions performed in his life in that era. Along with his neighbour and two agents specializing in paranormal phenomena, Marc-André and Mirah attempt to avert the danger to his life. Written by kkrabat

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A lot of hot air
5 April 2006 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

A few times during this movie, you will smile, maybe even laugh a little. But it doesn't take away the fact that it's basically rubbish. Oh I'm sure the actors had a lot of fun doing this flick, but unfortunately the fun is not shared by us, the movie-goers. Now, I'm not against a little sci-fi adventure or a bit of paranormal. But when it's done with zero intelligence, then it's a problem. And when the lead actors are terrible, you're in for a long 90 minutes. In fact, come to think of it, I yawned quite a few more times than I smiled during the movie. The only good thing about the movie is the generic: not just because it signals the end of the film, but also because it shows a bit of originality (you'll have to understand French though), exactly what's missing from the previous 90 minutes.

Seen in Toronto, at the Royal Cinema, during Cinéfranco, on April 5th, 2006.

57/100 (*)


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