A secretary steals her boss' car to go joyriding. She visits a seaside town she swears she's never been to, but everyone knows her name. And when a body turns up in the trunk of the car, she is the lead suspect in a murder she knows nothing about. Is she going crazy?Written by
I love French films. I was excited by the title of the this movie; I thought it screamed outrageousness and defiance. The trailer is fantastic and commands attention and furthered my anticipation. The movie starts in an interesting way, but it is as if the writer is not able to handle the ideas or develop them in a compelling way. The plot is predictable after about 25 minutes into the film. The characters seem to devolve as the movie progresses instead of rises or becoming more fully realized. The actors in the film are beautiful and their clothing is attractive. The scenery, particularly, in the boss's house, the office, and the hotel are gorgeous and the scenery in general is appealing. However, the predictability of the film and the lack of character realization make it in some ways boring. I guess some viewers might just like watching the actors for their physical appearance and the quaint French scenery. So, I would not say that the film is awful, because it had potential but did not rise to it.
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