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
The third time Amber Heard portrays a character which has the number six in number or word. In Zombieland (2009), she played 406 and in Syrup (2013) she played Six. In this movie she plays Nicola Six. See more »
They used to worry about the kind of world they were bringing their child into. But when their prayers were answered, they worried about what kind of child they were bringing into the world.
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At the very end of the producer's cut, after Jason Isaacs' character has been shown on the television talking about his work, the TV turns off, and the scene cuts to Jim Sturgess in bed watching with contempt. He makes a dismissive joke and changes the channel before the film cuts to credits. The director's cut goes to credits immediately after Isaacs finishes talking, omitting the abrupt scene transition to Sturgess. The result is a less gimmicky/jokey finish with the director's cut. See more »
Unintentionally comical! You need to be high to get through this...
Stylish with some surreal touches, but lost all the complexities of the book.
It falls into the: 'so-bad-it's-entertaining' category. A vacuous, one-dimensional performance from Amber Heard adds nothing to an incoherent plot. Jim Sturgess epically over-acts to hilarious levels! What was the director thinking? No wonder Johnny Depp wanted to remain un-credited
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