Alan Furnace is a young man with the perfectly proper, quiet life of a London school teacher. But beneath all of that decency lies a burning desire for excitement and he just found it. She's a woman unlike any other: Unruly Irish eyes, Latin lips... her name is Beatrice, but on the streets they call her B. Monkey. She's about to take him on an outrageous, dangerous and sexy ride through the wild side of London.Written by
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...A great little love story
I rented B.MONKEY because I enjoy Euro-fliks and I am also a big Asia Argento fan. Well this film was a great little love story. It seemed to be some kind of crossover between LA FEMME NIKITA and STRAW DOGS, yet just as original as the two. I'm glad to see that a director finally put Argento in a role that could really demonstrate her range as an actress. She pretty much dominates the film with exceptional support from Rupert Everett, Jonathon Rhys-Meyers, and especially Jared Harris. It's slow at times, yet never loses its suspense and intrigue. The cinematography and locations also add to the film's overall experience. It will appeal to fans of struggling love-stories with a nack for danger and intrigue. This is the role Argento was made for.
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