Jeanne a writer, married, with two children - starts to see unsettling changes in her home. Her body is beginning to change. No one around her seems to notice. Her family dismisses these fears as the result of the stress of having to finish her next book, but Jeanne realizes that something far deeper, far more disturbing is taking place. A photograph at her mother's house sends her in search of a woman in Italy. Here, transformed into another woman, RosaMaria, she will discover the strange secret of her true identity.Written by
I believe this might be the first collaboration between S. Marceau and M. Belucci. Though I'm not sure about that, I am sure about the fact, that both are not only astonishingly good looking, but can act! Which is something that is needed here. The story has to have solid acting to hold itself above water (so to speak).
There is quite a bit of CG going on here, which might distract some people, but it is necessary and helps the story move along. Unfortunately the very strong beginning almost gets lost completely toward the ending. "It's just another one of those", might be one of the reactions this movie gets (that's me assuming).
On other news, Sophie stays completely clothed, but Monica as ever is not afraid to show a little "flesh". But don't expect anything too arousing, with the things that are going on ... I hope to see both of them in another movie ... and maybe it will be possible to top that (it actually is very possible).
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