I don't know what all the other reviewers here are talking about ( big bug movies?), but this one is with Lou Broclain, the sexy French actress. She seduces her victims, and while they are having sex, strangles them and seemingly finishes herself getting off even after they are dead. Kinky sexy if you are into that kind of thing, but no matter how weird the premise, she's got a great body and shows lots of it. For those of us that like B movies, it's fun
Sometimes I feel like watching a movie, and sometimes I feel like watching a film. If you are in the mood for a sort of "Room with a View" except with raw sexuality including some disturbing scenes, this will be right up your alley. Definitely not for the P.C. or squeamish type
I disagree with some reviews that think it is formulaic. As a fan of coming of age stories, this had many novel and original plot lines. Additionally, most coming of age stories are somewhat serious overall, but this really has some hilarious moments
More than just a rehash of the facts concerning what really happened in Ferguson MO the day Michael Brown was killed. It just so happens that Shelby Steele was a black activist in run down East St. Louis back in the day, and traces how the politics of that area in the 1960's connect to the dissolution and disconnect of Ferguson. Tons and tons of archival footage from the 1960s.
This movie is a coming of age story on steroids. From what I have read, it was scandalous in the UK and the US because the director used her daughter and another young girl who were underage in those countries but of age in most of Europe and there is some nudity. Just as scandalous for those days was the sight of a penis, however briefly, in the opening scene. The actors are believable in their naivete precisely because of their youth, and I could relate so well back in my youth of prepubescent kids my age being somewhat revolted by the opposite sex at the age when you are becoming interested in them. This film nails those contradictory feelings, plus depicting the insecurity and submissiveness of that age. Throw in a little jealousy via a love triangle, and voila, now you have a movie!
As a huge Nicole Kidman fan, I wanted to see her earlier work. When I read that this was the first of a two part movie set, I really wanted to watch it. Now I'm all set to watch the one with the higher RT score, Flirting. As a stand alone movie, When your voice Broke is OK and interesting, but nothing more unless you are interested in seeing NK at an early age