Following the death of her husband in an accident, young Amel tries to find some consolation in photography. She takes photos of strangers from the street, looking at men as they tend to do towards women.
Mehdi Ben Attia
Raouf Ben Amor,
Coming of age. In Buenos Aires, Eloy is on the verge of manhood. He studies physics, helps with the family headstone business, and does advertising - handing out flyers while walking on ... See full summary »
Lucía and Ofelia, two sisters, finally meet after 7 years at Lucia's wedding. But when Juan, Lucia's husband, and Ofelia meet, they feel like a disruptive fantasy have enchanted their minds and bodies...
but without the gloomy ending of the Shakespeare play. The movie was actually quite a pleasant surprise after I discovered the low rating it had received on IMDb. The dialogue is muted and low-key for the most part, but has a certain touch of authenticity to it. The story follows a number of french-speaking twenty-somethings living in London, with the female lead working secretly as an upscale escort. On a night out with her girlfriend, she meets a tattooed guy that says he might give them a lift home. Later on this strange chap begins to suddenly pop up out of nowhere wherever she finds herself.
The movie is written and directed by the up and coming young French director and actress Sylvie Verheyde.
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