A workaholic father who attempts to visit his daughter during a layover in LA, only to discover that she's disappeared, is forced to team up with her awkward ex-boyfriend to find her over the course of one transformative night.
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Céline, a fifteen-year-old girl, fled from her guardians. She took up residence in the outbuilding of a bourgeois house, unbeknownst to its owners, judge Van Eyck and his wife. Discovered ... See full summary »
M is a work of art that explores the relationship between sexuality and death. These two appear to be opposite forces, but in fact they merge in all of us, disguising the fear of death or ... See full synopsis »
...and the best motif is its profound French film status. No surprises, not revelations. A story so familiar than you know each detail from the first minute. The humor - familiar too. A miller, a village, a superficial sketch of love story, the conflict between villagers and strangers, something from Guy de Maupassant short stories and almost nothing more. It is obvious, it do not represents a great film. Only a nice one, for a precise target, maybe, seductive for high predictibility and for the performances. So, a miller and a village, in sauce of absurde.
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