Thirty-somethings Michaël, Nabil and Sylvain head to New York to surprise their friend Samia on her birthday, secretly arranged with the help of another friend, Gabrielle. The two women had... See full summary »
Two women get on the highway heading to Santa Fe. Marilyn dreams of winning a contest held by a famous belly dancing company, while her friend, Mona, has a secret: she's a fugitive from justice - accused of her mother-in-law's death.
For young Raf, who lives in a shabby suburb of London with his unemployed and permanently drunk father Mario, motorbike riding is everything. Raf uses every free minute he gets to tinker ... See full summary »
Andrew Lee Potts,
Successful actress Vera Lockman thrashes during a nightmare in which she struggles with, shoots and kills her drug-dealer ex-boyfriend. Jolted awake, she reveals in her journal that the ... See full summary »
Based on Michael Chabon's novel, the film chronicles the defining summer of a recent college graduate who crosses his gangster father and explores love, sexuality, and the enigmas surrounding his life and his city.
A twisted honeymoon road trip about a young couple on their way to Niagara Falls. SILAS PARKER is a moody petty-thief. He marries his parole officer's niece, believing that he can use the romantic honeymoon to escape to Canada. CAMILLE FOSTER is the sweetest girl you can ever hope to meet. She truly believes that Niagara Falls will change Silas for the better and won't let anything stop the honeymoon, not even her death.Written by
While shooting in Niagara Falls, Director Gregory Mackenzie married his girlfriend. The whole cast and crew attended with Producer Al Ruddy giving away the bride, Sienna Miller the bridesmaid, and James Franco the best man. See more »
At the very end of the movie, where Sheriff Foster is at Niagara Falls, His name badge is reversed/mirrored. (The film may have been reversed on purpose to add to the sense of surrealism.) See more »
This film tells the story of a man who often has trouble with the law, marrying a sheriff's niece and go to Niagara falls for honeymoon. Unexpected things happen which make their trip very memorable, even bizarre.
After watching so many very bad James Franco low budget films, I expected "Camille" to be equally bad. I think "Camille" successfully set the scene with a strong character buildup, and the film is consistently fun, engaging and suspenseful. It's quite sad to see how Sienna Miller enjoys the wedding while James Franco hates every minute of it, but this exactly makes me look forward to a change in the later parts of a film. Their honeymoon is mysterious to the point of almost bizarre, but it keeps me interested. For the ending, I was really hoping that the policemen acknowledge their mistake, but it ended in an unexpected way. I enjoyed watching this film, I think it's quite refreshing to see a romantic comedy with a twist.
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