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Ne te retourne pas (2009)

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A psychodrama about a photographer whose pictures tell a different story to that of her perception.

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Jeanne
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Jeanne
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Teo / Gianni
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Teo 2
Brigitte Catillon ...
Nadia 1 / Mère italienne
Sylvie Granotier ...
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Augusto Zucchi ...
Fabrizio
Giovanni Franzoni ...
Enrico
Vittoria Meneganti ...
Enfant brune 11 ans
Francesca Melucci ...
Enfant blonde 9 ans
Adrien de Van ...
Le psychiatre
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Donatella
Myriam Muller ...
Nania 2 jeune
Thomas De Araujo ...
Jérémie 8 ans (as Thomas de Araujo)
Lucas Preux ...
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Jeanne a writer, married, with two children - starts to see unsettling changes in her home. Her body is beginning to change. No one around her seems to notice. Her family dismisses these fears as the result of the stress of having to finish her next book, but Jeanne realizes that something far deeper, far more disturbing is taking place. A photograph at her mother's house sends her in search of a woman in Italy. Here, transformed into another woman, RosaMaria, she will discover the strange secret of her true identity. Written by Anonymous

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I really wanted to like this movie, but...
12 November 2010 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

I must admit I envy the viewers that raved about this film in their reviews. My intelligence is not that vast. In reality, my intelligence is quite-quite limited, so I can only say that if during the first 15 minutes or so of watching this movie I was enthralled with it, little by little, because of its incredibly twisted story line, I was starting to have so many doubts and questions about the goings on on the screen, that eventually I lost interest in this very confusing dark movie.

Many-many things don't make any sense, for example, Bellucci, all of a sudden develops a very noticeable limping --no explanation for it-- in order to lose it completely for the next scene and thereafter.

What?

What happened?

Was she surgically intervened from an old crippling paralysis while the lights were set for the next scene or was just a shoe too small given to her by an unscrupulous wardrobe mistress?

The change of actresses was done digitally in a very fascinating way, like in "The Legend of the Wolf", but much more subdued.

The intervention of digital effects in straight movies will be, from now on, a fascinating tool to tell stories and also because unexpected in this kind of movies.

Well, the whole thing attempted to be a superb movie, but it fell down on its face with a fatal crush.


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