Marie is a violent cello and very talented teenager in school. Victor is a friendly boy, dynamic, but who knows some academic difficulties. Ignoring that Mary is losing sight, Victor falls ... See full summary »
Jean-Stan Du Pac,
Alice works for "Rebelle" magazine, where she needs to let her hair down to get a promotion. When Balthazar returns a lost USB to Alice, the appearance of dating someone half her age helps her. Does it get real?
Lucas and Clementine live peacefully in their isolated country house, but one night they wake up to strange noise... they're not alone... and a group of hooded assailants begin to terrorize them throughout the night.
When Charles has an incurable disease, he is hit by a sudden resurgence of affection and decides to track down his sister in the west of France. But life can be full of surprises and one good thing often leads to another...
When you wake up and you can't find anyone else and can't even remember much ... that is a horror scenario. It's also a scenario that you can take a lot out from and make a lot from. The tension is high, the questions are there, but the answers will not really be satisfying overall. Which is a shame considering this was made by the director of "Them".
Having kids in the main roles makes this sort of relatable and even more fantastical. But it also gives it some limitations and it doesn't really have much to do with the acting abilities. There is not that much to play around with. And even though there is a vast amount of space (for a period of time that is) it still feels like it has long spaces of dragging and not moving forward. It's OK, maybe feels even better if you are in your teens and have some of its angst ... otherwise you may feel you wasted more time on this than was necessary
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