A sexually ambiguous Frenchman tours his native countryside with his naive American lover in pursuit of the ultimate thrill. From the moment they meet, brooding Chris (Pierre Perrier) and the beautiful Aurore (Lizzie Brocherè) fall instantly and passionately in love but it's not long before their intense connection is consumed by Chris's dark obsession with gay men. Before long, the pair embarks on a violent and sexual journey filled with seduction and destruction of young gay hustlers. Hard-hitting, intensely sexy and wildly controversial, American Translation is a twisted Bonnie and Clyde for a new generation.
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Shantel D (fr) wrote: Interesting documentary. There was something missing, but I couldn't quite pick it out.
Michael S (us) wrote: It is so ridiculous; that area is a slum. No sane person would consider that area a "community" in any sense of the word. Unless you consider whinos, prostitutes and drug dealers to be community organizers. I am a libertarian but eminent domain does serve legitimate goals.
samuel j (mx) wrote: Uncertainty is the perfect title for this piece of artsy trash because you're uncertain when the film will begin a coherent plot. I was actually insulted after I sat through the whole thing.
Noah L (kr) wrote: You know those charming indie films where a guy is put out of his element right Ina crossroad of his life and then he has some downs but then learns something about himself by a bunch of outsiders? Yeah that's Humboldt County for you. It's entertaining and Brad Douriff is his usual amazing self so it's hard to dislike this movie. It just brought so little to the table that's it's basically a compentent movie you can watch on a Sunday morning, be entertained and then forget completely you ever saw it.
Vinny M (gb) wrote: the strangest movie I have ever seen ever.
Alicia W (ag) wrote: A sweet movie that revolves around the hopes and fears of five quite different yet similar women. I found the stories and interactions to be realistic and heart warming as well as sometimes heart breaking. However I think the fact that five women's situations are being explored means that we never quite get to know any of the characters well enough to feel a special affinity with them. Overall an enjoyable film.
Danny S (br) wrote: The storyline was cliche and overused, but the dragon effects in this movie are actually quite good, and make it one worth watching.The last fight in particular shows how majestic the beast is.
Russ B (kr) wrote: 6/30/2012: OK, typical 80's action flick.
Evan M (br) wrote: A real gem. Lumet's unsung love song to a real dysfunctional family. Outstanding performances by all of the leads, especially River, who is on full display. The performance harkens back to the 50's and one James Dean. A snapshot of his greatness at such a young age that only reminds us of "what could've been..." Bravo, Riv.
Lew I (us) wrote: severed head in a fridge that still gets action??? it all happens in this flick, again the cover art of the VHS was awesome
John T (gb) wrote: Typical neurotic-Jewish faux intellectual humor from Woody Allen. Shot in black and white, he plays a hapless talent agent whose career is told in flashback by a group of comedians over lunch in a delicatessen. Also starring Mia Farrow as the mistress of an Italian singer who gets Allen in trouble with the mob. A bunch of Borscht Belt one liners, many of which fall flat. Great exterior shots of New York City locations, including the famed Carnegie Deli (the owner Leo Steiner makes a cameo appearance). People who don't like Woody Allen movies won't like this.