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Thai director Pen-ek Ratanaruang's splatter comedy 6ixtynin9 rejoices in a plot as tricky as its spelling.
Enlivens some dingy genre predicaments (dirty money, corpse disposal) with gusts of dreamlike whimsy and a sardonic take on local economic woes.
It is a lot of fun and allows us to track the growth of a special artist.
It's Ratanaruang's stylish direction that recommends the movie.
Its humor is wicked.
Stylish, funny, and fun to watch (and quite morbid at times), and even offers relevant insight into the conditions created by the Thai economy.
6ixtynin9 prend les traits d'une %u0153uvre peinte avec le plus grand soin, mais dont les nombreuses couches de peinture n'arrivent pas à cacher complètement tous les numéros.
Though Quentin Tarantino's influence is clear, writer-director Pen-Ek Ratanaruang imbues this material with an engaging energy and a bittersweet undercurrent of alienated sorrow that makes it seem fresh.
Comically grotesque, strikingly filmed.
A crafty, shifty crime film... pleasantly alive.
"6ixtynin9" is darkly funny, tongue in cheek humor that shows the ingrained talent of its director and his deft hand at the helm.
6ixtynin9 is slight, but entertaining; patchy, but not a total mess.
A mix of absurdity, violence and dark humor though the simple premise involving a bag of money and reversed door number that throw a lonely woman into the underworld lock, stock and instant noodles.
Shot in a minimalist way, with little dialogue, 6inxtynin9 shows how a regular girl can get out of such a dangerous situation without any particular skill, contrary to most modern heroines. No swordfights, no martial arts, no fancy gun-play.
Silly name, seriously hypnotic entertainment.
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