La Moustache Reviews
A man shaves his stache - and no one notice. NO ONE. Imagine that feeling? Ladies, that's like a total hair color change. How would you like that?
This film has ok performances, some visually nice scenes and a way of storytelling that keeps it humorous and sweet. To put it in the drama genre seems wrong in my book. This is in not a fantastic film. Not very entertaining,rememberable or amazing in any way. It's key is that you don't know anything about the characters so jou must learn by viewing it. That's why it will keep you interested at all times. It scores on the plot, the way it's presented and some camera stuff, but it's not a big, great film.
The story here plays out like Alfred Hitchcock and Rod Serling wrote it together. Maybe they dragged Roman Polanski in as guest director.
Some illiterates don't like movies simply because of sub-titles. The ones that deny this are lazy as well.
I liked the premise because, think about it: How many times have you met someone and couldn't remember things like eyeglasses, mustaches, and yes, stupid tattoos? Interesting movie that bears watching without distractions because of subtleties and plot.
I wondered right off the bat how long the movie would was. In other words, how long could they carry on this story about litttle more than nothing. It took a turn for the worse as the once-mustached man begins to seem crazy. I thought it might turn out like A Beautiful Mind, but nope, it just kinda ended. French movies do that more than any language I've encountered and it's always frustrating. A movie is a story, so what is the point of a movie without a story? Despite nice acting, I don't like to waste even 84 minutes on nothing.