The humanitarian aid expedition "Angeles Azules" (Blue Angels), comprising twelve Europeans and six trucks loaded with provisions to alleviate hunger in Sub-Saharan Africa, advances across ... See full summary »
With the help of a couple of her oddball friends, a woman takes her former lesbian lover to a hotel to convince her that their affair shouldn't end. After much shouting and some sex, things complicate when the lover's husband shows up.
Just caught "Te Quiero" on a French satellite TV channel. I agree with previous reviewer that director Poirier blew what could have been an interesting storyline by applying a very static and boring approach. He must have briefed the actors to be as offhand and inarticulate as possible. Strange as Patrick Chesnais for one is a very well known French screen actor, he did his worst, so to speak. Mind you the "scènes de baise" scenes (bedroom sequences) were livelier and the lighting there was OK. I was intrigued to see a young Sergi Lopez in a small role, didn't recognize him at first, perhaps he would prefer me not to have. The exteriors, shot in Peru in the style of a tourist camcorder collection, and the interiors added up to 2 completely different films. And what was the lesbian scene involving Marushka Detmers about?
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