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One more time, I went to see a little french film that hesitates between drama and horror. The weird tale of a small cinema theatre manager who sinks into madness when the owner - his boss - announces him that the cinema will definitely close. The young manager is in love with the theatre and all the souvenirs hidden in the basement; a small room where he keeps many pictures of his mother, who committed suicide when he was a child. A journey into hell for our lead, who becomes a serial killer, just because he is in deep traumatic shock of all this. The souvenirs of his dead mother that will be lost...
A genuine downbeat, strange and very depressing story that deserves to be seen. But unfortunately, many things look no realistic at all, far too superficial. I can't really explain...
Weird, very weird. The way of filming with static shots remind some of Bruno Dumont's films such as L'HUMANITE.
The new wave touch I guess...From time to time, it's not disagreeable. But only from time to time.
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