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I was intrigued throughout, even though the movie falters at the end.
It starts out somewhat interesting, and remains so from a psychological standpoint, but degenerates into a nonsensical mess plot-wise.
Modern Day Thriller.
Fabulous mix of Drama and Suspense
A great thriller with a menacing atmosphere . Beautifully shot, directed with ambition and very well acted. A French cross over between Hitchcock and Lynch.
The trailer looks cool, but once again, the film itself isn't. Apparently slow & over-long like every other French movie does, whereas mood always overwhelms rationality; in addition to Sophie Quinton's shallow acting.
2004 Seattle International Film Festival
The guy who directed this co-wrote the script of one of my favorite thrillers, "With A Friend Like Harry." So I thought this would be terrific - which it was not. It can't decide if it's a thriller or a metaphysical something or other. It IS creepy - but anything filmed in a hospital, the operating room of all places, is creepy.
I usually like Laurent Lucas but he really annoyed me in this. I think the movie would've been better if it hadn't been clear who did it so early on in the storyline.