A successful Paris lawyer is forced to re-invent his life after he makes a fatal mistake.A successful Paris lawyer is forced to re-invent his life after he makes a fatal mistake.A successful Paris lawyer is forced to re-invent his life after he makes a fatal mistake.
- Fiona Exben
- (as Rachel Berger)
- Valéry Grey
- (as Esteban Carvajal Alegria)
Analog script in a digital world
The failure of a professional photographer to use the latest equipment is a good metaphor for this movie, whose English title makes no sense. It seems like it was shot from the original script submission before any grownups had a chance to edit the story. Terrific performances by all the actors, but a story line so sloppy that I re-animated my disbelief about half-way through. For me the most enjoyable aspect was the glimpse to life in various venues around (and near) Europe. I would love to have seen this in the hands of Alfred Hitchcock. He would have lent credibility to the desperation, which I felt was contrived and forced on me. I'll bet they ran out of money while filming and couldn't afford the ending they'd originally planned.
- Mar 30, 2014
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