Top film, I thought. It had a very 1980's French film to my eyes - bleak in plot, cynical in outlook, and naturalistic in the way it was shot. In particular, the way the main characters' relationship was built up then re-interpreted in the latter half was masterful. Recommended.
Besides - Rachel Weisz with her kit off was worth the ticket price by itself.
Bit of trivia for you - two spaces behind me in the ticket queue was Keira Knightley. Shorter than she looks on screen, but very pretty in a teenage sort of a way.Posted to Music and Film by Simon Brunning at December 05, 2005 04:43 PM