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 »
A biopic about the actor James Dean, whose stardom of the ultimate teenage rebel as well as the premature death made him a legend. His roles are depicted having much in common with his ... See full summary »
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 Albert S. Ruddy giving away the bride, Sienna Miller the bridesmaid, and James Franco the best man. See more »
In the scene where Camille is lying bloody on the ground after the motorcycle accident and James Franco is trying to help her, his shirt is white with a little blood. It cuts away and he is seen again with his shirt completely covered in blood. Cuts away again and his shirt is again mostly white with blood stains, cuts away again and it's completely bloody again. See more »
Camille stars Sienna Miller(Camille) and James Franco(Silas) as a pair of lovers who just go married. Camille is joyful and enthusiastic while Silas is a moody ex-fellon who's not sure of his feelings for Camille. They go on a trip for their honeymoon, but soon after they leave, Camille realizes she might be having illusions when it comes to Silas. When the motorcycle-riding couple has an accident, Silas begins to notice some strange things about his blushing bride as her hair falls out and grows pale soon concluding that she's death.But he promises her, no matter what, he'll get Camille to their destination, Niagara Falls... Camille is a sweet and romantic little film, with a somewhat original plot. It's almost a fantasy tale because what happens is unreasonable and there's no explanation given to why things are happening the way they are but it's still quite enjoyable. Both actors did a fine job and the beautiful Miller, who's British, really pulled off her character's southern accent. As a character, Camille might be annoying at times but that has nothing to do with the actress playing her but, with the way the character was written. I guess it comes down to a question of mood and disposition, if you want to watch a serious, realistic and well thought film this is not for you, if you want to see a decent and harmless romantic story then you can watch Camille.
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