Little White Lies
Despite a traumatic event, a group of friends decide to go ahead with their annual beach vacation. Their relationships, convictions, sense of guilt and friendship are sorely tested. They are finally forced to own up to the little white lies they've been telling each other.
- Stars:Jeremy London, Roddy Piper, Cuyle Carvin, Sari Gagnon, Greg Nutcher, Angela Relucio, François Cluzet, Marion Cotillard, Benoît Magimel, Gilles Lellouche, Jean Dujardin, Laurent Lafitte, Valérie Bonneton, Pascale Arbillot, Anne Marivin, Louise Monot, Joël Dupuch, Hocine Mérabet, Mathieu Chedid, Maxim Nucci, Néo Broca,
- Director:Guillaume Canet,
- Writer:Guillaume Canet (scenario and dialogue)
A near-fatal accident leaves one friend in the hospital while the rest go on their annual vacation. But their secrets and personal grief threaten to drive them apart. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Little White Lies torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: this film is god awful
(kr) wrote: Should've been required viewing for everyone!
(it) wrote: havent seen it yet but will soon
(nl) wrote: The only funny movie Pauly Shore's ever done, because it makes fun of him. He finally got it.
(ca) wrote: Great action, neat characters, fun weapons, cool villains = a lot of fun. I'd buy this series if I wasn't so low on cash and buying movies didn't seem so stupid right now.
(es) wrote: Hollywood would come to dress up this idea of noir: what is Le Panama, if not a shabbier, *shackier* version of the lonely-hearts club Rick's Bar in "Casablanca", and what's the incestuous intrigue Gabin gets himself into, involving Morgan's meddling guardian Simon, if not a seaside gift-shop version of "The Big Sleep"? (The penultimate words are "Kiss me, quick", after all.) We'd have to wait until "In a Lonely Place", though, for a definition of fatalism better phrased than Gabin's "If it wasn't this, it'd have been something else". Even with the presence of the dumbly loyal mutt who follows the soldier everywhere he goes, "Quai des Brumes" knows it doesn't have to contrive a happy ending for itself, because it's already overwhelmingly apparent that happiness can only ever be fleeting in this world: one promenade around a funfair with your gal before it all kicks off again. The card of its vividly excellent cast is only blotted by Brasseur as the primmest-looking mobster in the movies: his Lucien would surely be more at home touting hats in ladies' department stores, and very nearly makes Jimmy Carr seem butch. Otherwise, Carne manages to transcend any residual theatricalism in Prevert's adaptation by using Le Panama as a rough-hewn basecamp from which to explore the outskirts of a port town in the early hours of the morning, a succession of noble suicides and squalid murders, and lives that forever drift in and out with the fog. As Gabin puts it, in a moment of lucidity as the mist lifts and clears: "Buddy, we're all just passing through."
(ca) wrote: Love this quaint film, though some do not appreciate the story.
(jp) wrote: It's pretty ordinary, and for me I only watched it as a big fan of Bruce Willis. If it had any other actor in his place I'd give it one star. Didn't quite get there plot wise but overall I found it watchable.