Le coup du berger

Le coup du berger

Claire (Virginie Vitry) is a chic young Parisian woman married to a somewhat older husband, Claude (Jean-Claude Brialy). As this 28-minute trifle opens, she leaves her husband playing baroque music at the piano, telling him she is off to see her sister, Solange. In reality she meets her lover, Jean (Jacques Doniol-Valcroze) at his apartment; after some idle chatter and love-making he tells her a story of the shriveled heads that the Jivaro indians used to give their lovers as tokens of affection but as she shivers in disgust, he gives her a mink instead. How will they hide it from her husband though?

Claire (Virginie Vitry) is a chic young Parisian woman married to a somewhat older husband, Claude (Jean-Claude Brialy). As this 28-minute trifle opens, she leaves her husband playing baroque music at the piano, telling him she is off to see her sister, Solange. In reality she meets her lover, Jean (Jacques Doniol-Valcroze) at his apartment; after some idle chatter and love-making he tells her a story of the shriveled heads that the Jivaro indians used to give their lovers as tokens of affection but as she shivers in disgust, he gives her a mink instead. How will they hide it from her husband though? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Dwarakesh D (br) wrote: LOVE FAILURE is one of the best movie in sidharth's career, a simple cool going family oriented picture. Most heart touching and very close to the general characters in everyone's life.Totally its simply super.

Conor B (mx) wrote: A surprisingly very sentimental look at the group of boys who turned skateboarding into more than a sport, but a successful industry. Another home run for documentarian Stacy Peralta.

Alex M (au) wrote: This movie is in... UNACCEPTABLE CONDITION!!! UNACCEPTABLE!!!!!!!!OOOOOOOOOOOONE MILLION YEEEEAARS DUNGEON!!

Vishnoo C (ca) wrote: very good,especially the performance of akki as sidhu the weakling,who transforms into a kungfu expert

Alex C (gb) wrote: This film manages to capture the charm of classic screwball comedies without seeming "cheesy." Amy Adams completely commits to her over-the-top character and manages to play her both sincere and likeable, while Frances McDormand gives a commendable performance as the downtrodden governess who has seen more than her share of misfortune but still manages to crack a smile. Both have excellent comedic timing, and the recurring bit of physical comedy on the part of McDormand had me giggling. Overall these two fine actors bring both sympathetic and hilarious performances to this film, and had me laughing through most of it. Really enjoyed this one!

Eloise W (it) wrote: Utterly dreadful, and clearly written by people who a) were never teenagers & b) don't spend any time at all in the real world.

Marcus W (es) wrote: Sets up an interesting premise then spends the next hour wondering what to do with it only to give up and follow the cliche handbook.

Jose M (ru) wrote: The feature presentation today will be the film Bamboozled starring Damon Wayans in one heck of a Spike Lee Joint. Bamboozled is said to be a satire, but I really did not see it that way. I found Bamboozled to be a dark ironic comedy that taps into characterization, society, media ethics, and racial issues. The film opens up with an introduction to Delacoix (Wayans), a brilliant writer and executive for a television company with an ignorant boss Dunwitty (Michael Rapaport). Vexed by the rejections of his ideas for a television show, Delacoix concocts a scheming plan to go down and take boss with him and end stereotype. His idea is for a television show that will reintroduce the blackface to audience to cause an outcry, but oh boy does this plan backfire. Yes, Bamboozled is very heavy handed, but I actually recommend this film if you have never seen a Spike Lee Joint. I found Wayans(TM)s performance to be excellent along with a few cast members, but Paul Mooney was strongest out of the entire supporting cast and dramatic foil. Bamboozled is to be watched with caution. It is a pretty ugly flick.

Robert M (ru) wrote: Pains me to say this about a David Hayter movie, but Wolves sucks. Wants to be the Near Dark of Werewolf movies, but ends up being something closer to Cursed. The cheap looking effects don't help either.

El U (ca) wrote: i love this movie, don't ask me why

Doug Z (ru) wrote: 'Cult' and 'Classic' do not adequately describe how magnificently the stars aligned to give us this perfect, matchless fantasy epic. I love everything about it, and each viewing only enhances the experience. The cinematography, sound-track, and set design is pitch-perfect (the sequence where Conan's village is attacked, with the light shining through the trees, the drums pounding? My God!!). Arnold's heavy accent and lack of range actually work FOR him here (Crush your enemies, see dem driven befoh you, and hear de lamentation of dare vimen!'). He is, of course, peerless in terms of the physique one would associate with the role. Amazing that he actually trimmed DOWN 30 pounds to achieve the more athletic look wanted by the director, John Milnius! Sandahl Bergmen is perfect as Conan's love-interest and partner in crime, Valeria (though her name is never spoken). Strong, independent and dangerous (no one-note 'Damsel in Distress'), a beautiful Valkarie. Gerry Lopez is great as Subotai, Conan's buddy, and it is endearing to hear his accent slip and his 'California-surfer' come to the surface. They actually had to dub his lines because of his inconsistent delivery, but there is one scene that made it into the finished film, and it is all Gerry. James Earl Jones has been accused of being campy with his portrayal of Thulsa Doom, but that is utter nonsense. He is perfect in word and deed.. His voice and delivery is glorious, and one could listen for hours to him reading the phone book. There is in fact nothing camp or tongue-in-cheek about this film. Everyone and everything is dead-serious, and I think it is one of the reasons this film will continue to stand the test of time, where the numerous copycats remain embarrassing footnotes. Mako is the best as the Wizard, narrator, and comic relief. The plot is engrossing and well-paced, the ultimate origin story. The score accompanies each scene perfectly, and is one of the big stars of the film. The general lack of CGI is so very welcome and appreciated! What little there is is seamless and unobtrusive. The actors did most of their own stunts and all of their fight choreography, and it pays off beautifully. A true classic, and the standard against which all fantasy films are measured, and found wanting (save for Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings trilogy).

Luke W (kr) wrote: Charley Varrick is a hidden gem from the 70s that has some clever plot turns that I enjoyed quite a bit.

Susie P (kr) wrote: better than the other ones. I think tom is taking himself less seriously these days and allowing other people to share the screen