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I May Destroy You
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The storyline is actually quite simple but I feel that the duration of the movie is too long in building suspense. And it's not as interesting as I imagined.
French movies have a lot in common. Copious amounts of smoking and drinking, great actresses, and foreshadowing that takes place in classrooms. Sometimes this movie drifts away to gaze adoringly on the main actresses and that is where the cinematography really shines. The decision to stage a good portion of the movie in a lakeside trailer park was fantastic.
A lite too slow for us.
This movie is French, and there was an actual french kiss.
Ah, never underestimate the quiet ones. :)
Shocking portrayal of what teenagers struggle with...
Breathe is a great film about growing up and learning to deal with specific emotions for that moment in our lives. The two main actresses gives us an amazing screenplay and Mélanie Laurent puts it all together perfectly. The way the bond between the two girls slowly goes from 'close as lovers' to 'misformed as enemies' made me feel very uneasy. At some point I really wanted the modest girl to react to the bullying of her so called friend. But when she did react at the end, I was simply speechless and stunned. Breathe made me feel happy, loved, angry and sad. It played with my emotions and for that it will rumble around in my brain for a long time to come.
Great movie with a very unexpected ending!!! Let me wanting to see more!!
Loe de Laage is awesome!
This reminds me of the film Breaking The Girls, only infinitely better. The actors are captivating to watch. Like most French films I've seen, you won't really know what's going to happen 'til the end. But when the final curtain drops, everything seemed inevitable.