Emmanuelle Seigner, Eva Green, Vincent Perez, Dominique Pinon
|Screenplay||Olivier Assayas, Roman Polanski, from the novel by Delphine de Vigan|
|Sound formats||Dolby Digital|
|Produced by||A consortrium of European companies|
|Language||Failrly frequent, mild to moderate impact used in the context of frustration.|
|Violence||Low to mild impact psychologocal violence and infrequent with no blood-letting.|
|Comments||The material contains complex and mature themes of having an imaginary friend, inspiration, fame, being an author, depression, loneliness, isolation, lies, secrets, friendship, betrayal, kidnapping, survival, being poisoned, obsession and identity theft. Themes are presented in a context of a mystery genre, are psychologically threatening and will be confusing, distressing and inappropriate for children less than 13 years old.|
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What the Critics say
Deborah Young French tale is drenched in emotion.
Ilan Preskovsky Falling squarely between art film and a somewhat trashy thriller, it's far too staid and laborious to work as a thriller and too silly to work as an art film.
What the People say
Average .. 47%