Les faux-fuyants

Les faux-fuyants

In the hot summer of 1940 the German troops are just outside Paris, and numerous Pari-sians are leaving the city in a complete panic. LUCE ADER, the sensitive daughter of a factory owner, ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:2000
  • Language:French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

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Jose A (gb) wrote: This movie is confusing: it has strong performances, a perfect emotional scenario, an interesting plot and beautiful visuals; even so the writers didn't know what to do and they gave us some cheap emotions, no character development, no backstory and absurd situations. The reason why I give 2 stars and not one is because what I mentioned on the first sentence, and there are a few minutes that actually worked, but they aren't strong enough to save this movie. The director and writers of this movie need to learn from The Last of Us how they can have an emotional post-apocalyptic thriller without so many stupid situations.

Simon C (de) wrote: Just utter nonsense from start to finish

Bridget L (it) wrote: Simple dialogue, straight forward story line but feels real. Genuinely uplifting rom com.

Myriah D (ca) wrote: stupid....movie dragged out forever. so irritating!!

Mark L (jp) wrote: Excellent, cold and interesting b&w French "thriller", apparently being remade with Jason Statham, Mickey Rourke and 50 Cent. Oh dear. If you have to watch one film about Russian roulette-style gambling this year, make it this one.

Jason W (ag) wrote: Some segments brought the overall experience down, but overall, it was cute, funny, smart and enjoyable.

David C (ag) wrote: Please stop making these movies.

Alex H (nl) wrote: One of the few films that I can think of other than Robert Bresson's "Au Hasard Balthazar" or Vittorio De Sica's neo-realist masterpiece "The Bicycle Thief" that truly encapsulates the human experience. Isn't that the over all goal of cinema, anyways?

Ashley S (jp) wrote: Ooh the mis-adventures of those darn Baysiders & their principal!

Kenneth B (ag) wrote: I do think the idea is greater than the execution here but its quite a fun film which pokes a bit of fun at the critics and Allen himself.

Stephen M (mx) wrote: A rather gentle spoof of the 007 genre, that nearly trips over itself when it practically becomes a Bond film. Gratuitous shots of lovely women in bikinis with guns, ridiculous gadgets (cigars that fire bullets, anyone?), and a relentless attraction to our leading man from any human creature with female sexual organs. This is as silly as silly gets, but will no doubt have you guiltily admitting to your peers that you enjoyed it, even if it was just for the ladies.

Kelly P (au) wrote: So much teenage angst!So many movies over the years have done homages to the "race" scene.

Andrew B (jp) wrote: Stone could have tried to show the correlation between violence and media in a more mature way honestly. This movie is way too over the top for me to enjoy becoming more annoying with each passing minute.

Olivia G (es) wrote: loved the movie...except for Adam Rodriguez