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Parallel storylines tell the current state of affairs for two ex-lovers: Nora's a single mother who comes to care for her terminally ill father; holed in up in mental ward, Ismael, a brilliant musician, plots his escape.
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Paul is preparing to leave Tajikistan, while thinking back on his adolescent years. His childhood, his mother's madness, the parties, the trip to the USSR where he lost his virginity, the friend who betrayed him and the love of his life.
It's 1948. Jimmy Picard (Benicio Del Toro) is a Blackfoot from Browning, Montana. He has debilitating symptoms after suffering head trauma during the War in France. The government doctors can't find any explanation other than possible psychological problems. They call in French anthropologist George Devereux (Mathieu Amalric) to examine for any cultural problems in the Indian. They extend Devereux's stay as he starts to make inroads. Devereux is joined by his married mistress Madeleine (Gina McKee).
Del Toro delivers a good performance although he does mumble sometimes. It doesn't help that Devereux has a noticeable French accent. The best parts of the movie are the flashbacks. Jimmy's life before is a series of interesting vignettes. His present day is a lot less interesting. It would have been more compelling drama if he is faking. I don't care about Devereux's private life or his character. I also don't find Jimmy's treatment that dramatic. I would like better a movie derived from his flashbacks.
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