Thomas and Marianne, a feuding couple whose relationship has hit a wall, decide to spend a weekend at Thomas' uncle's lakeside cottage. This is their last chance to save their relationship,... See full summary »

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Maxime Denommée ...
Thomas
Sophie Cadieux ...
Marianne
Benoît Gouin ...
Jean Messier
Emmanuelle Rochon ...
Sylvie
Mark Latrémouille ...
Ben
Marc Beaupré ...
Steve
Raphaël Roussel ...
Mat
Daniel Malenfant ...
Luc
Christine Beaulieu ...
Nancy
Maryève Alary ...
Geneviève
Jean-Yves Gaudreault ...
Garagiste
Daniel Gadouas ...
Michel
Marie-France Lambert ...
Hélène
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Thomas and Marianne, a feuding couple whose relationship has hit a wall, decide to spend a weekend at Thomas' uncle's lakeside cottage. This is their last chance to save their relationship, which has been jeopardized by Marianne's meaningless flirtations and Thomas' uncontrollable jealousy. As they arrive, a restless yet charming neighbor welcomes them into their house and, realizing that Thomas' uncle and girlfriend will not be showing up for days, suggests they share the dinner he has prepared. The drunken night that follows - with this man, who might not be who he seems to be, pushing his charms on Marianne - leads to a weekend of blurred emotions and events, where loyalties, guilt and a shared secret will test the young couple's ability to survive. Written by Anonymous

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Really slow thriller
5 August 2014 | by See all my reviews

Thomas and Marianne are constantly fighting. Thomas borrows his uncle's lakeside cabin for a weekend getaway. Their car breaks down on the way. There is no phone connection. They find a mysterious stranger who claims to be Ben the neighbor. He's actually a criminal who has left the neighbor tied up. They befriend the mysterious stranger and later discovering that Ben is not who he says he is. His name is really Jean Messier.

This could have been a much better thriller. It could have been a great horror. It could have been a lot of things but it's too slow to be anything. It takes too long. It doesn't build up the tension. It's not scary. It's not compelling. It's not actually a mystery since the movie shows fake 'Ben' and his criminality right away.


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