A professor of criminology tries to solve five conpletrly unrelated murders whose only link is quotes from Pythagoras. Alongside him on this journey is a maths professor. Will they manage to solve thia mystery?
A lot of blindness going around in French cinema lately, this is the second new film in the salles to feature the affliction. Actually it's not too hard to take because the two teenage leads are actually bearable. We are, of course, back in Beatrice and Benedek country but this time we have a 'troubled' boy slowly falling for a girl who is gradually losing her sight. This would be a drag at the best of times but she is desperate to get into the Conservatory and develop her natural ability with the cello. Not too hard to guess how it develops and it's a pleasant diversion throughout its not overlong running time though Charles Berling is wasted as the girl's father.
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