An editor discovers a novel that she considers to be a masterpiece, in a library whose particularity is to collect the manuscripts refused by the publishers. The text is signed Henri Pick, a Breton pizza maker who died two years earlier.
A teenage girl is raised underground by a kindly robot "Mother" -- designed to repopulate the earth following the extinction of mankind. But their unique bond is threatened when an inexplicable stranger arrives with alarming news.
D'Orsy (Omar Sy) uses the US military salute, with the palm of the hand down; instead of the French military salute, with the palm facing outward. See more »
The missile overflies Russia and Eastern Europe, and not a single country in the region, all claiming to be innocent, tries to intercept it, even if there are means to shoot it down in the region (both Russian and American). See more »
The human beings come in three kinds: the living, dead and those who go to sea.
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A really nice change-up from your typical submarine films, but I found it a little too technical with the constant fancy jargon, and overdramatic with the stretched out scenes. The almost 2 hour length and dragged out pacing made the film feel much longer. There were also some editing issues. The writing/screenplay definitely needed some tweaking. The directing was decent, and the score on point. The visuals were great, especially for a B-grade French film, and the acting fairly decent. Would I recommend it? Yes, if you like these type of films. Would I see it again? No. Sacre bleu, it's a 7/10 from me.
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