Regular Lovers

Regular Lovers

1968 and 1969 in Paris: during and after the student and trade union revolt. François is 20, a poet, dodging military service. He takes to the barricades, but won't throw a Molotov cocktail at the police. He smokes opium and talks about revolution with his friend, Antoine, who has an inheritance and a flat where François can stay. François meets Lilie, a sculptor who works at a foundry to support herself. They fall in love. A year passes; François continues to write, talk, smoke, and be with Lilie. Opportunities come to Lilie: what will she and François do?

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Regular Lovers torrent reviews

Kashfia F (kr) wrote: Pleasantly surprised.

Conrad T (au) wrote: There is a knot to untie between 3 generations. A truth to be revealed. Yet it might be better off to make the movie shorter.

Derrek W (ru) wrote: Very interesting something u didn't hear about in school

Michael M (it) wrote: it was a fun stupid movie. no brainer.

Adam M (ag) wrote: Interesting story about a family thats spending a few days in a cabin but realise some blokes family lived there and he's being a bit of a dick about it. When the familys young son gets given this little wooden doll thing called a Wendigo by a mysrterious man weird shit starts to go down. Accept it doesn't! Not for ages anyway. This takes far to long to get going, only becoming interesting in the last 15 mins so just as your getting into it, it ends. Thers a couple of good bits, like when you see the Wendigo creature but overall, this is just boring and could have been so much better.

Vidar H (de) wrote: Surreal, absurd but hillarious kind of "silent" movie!!!!

Sanford R (de) wrote: This was a really good movie! I especially enjoyed the first part of it.

MEC r (nl) wrote: An ok movie at the time...