Clairvoyant femme fatale Nicola Six has been living with a dark premonition of her impending death by murder. She begins a tangled love affair with three uniquely different men: one of whom she knows will be her murderer.
An American writer arrives in London where he meets Nicola Six, a beautiful woman who soon becomes his muse. She is playing a dangerous game, dating a small-time (married) gangster and a wealthy businessman in an effort to con them both. A clairvoyant, she has premonitions of her own death, at the hands of one of the three men she is involved with.Written by
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There's a noticeable difference in the way that Samson Young prints and presents his manuscript at the end, to the dead body of Nicola. The producer's cut establishes a clearer sense with more up-front photography of Samson finishing and printing his work, and then carefully placing it on Nicola's body with the note. The director's cut conveys all of this, but in a more ambiguous way due to the choices in shot selection and pacing. See more »
I'm going to be brief: Jim Sturgess overacts so much it's embarrassing, my neighbours three dogs bark from the minute they leave to when they get back, Jim is way more irritating than them. It's like amateur dramatics night.
Give this one a wide berth.
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