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Don't Let Me Die on a Sunday.

PostPosted: Wed Jun 05, 2002 5:30 am
by madnero
Has anyone seen this film? The wonderfully talented Elodie Bouchez is in it and I wondered if it was worthwhile or not?

Re: Don't Let Me Die on a Sunday.

PostPosted: Wed Jun 05, 2002 7:30 am
by bmxsuperhero
I, personally, thought the film is excellent, although it can easily be included in the category of French films like Fat Girl and The Piano Teacher: damn depressing, ice-cold (un)erotic tales. To watch the film, you must be aware that it deals with several taboos that you may or may not want to see. However, √Člodie is, as usual, phenomenal. I'm actually surprised the rating for Don't Let Me Die on a Sunday is so high (the same goes with Fat Girl, which was one of the lowest rated films at the festival I saw it at), because it's definitely not a widely-accessible film.

Re: Don't Let Me Die on a Sunday.

PostPosted: Sat Jun 08, 2002 1:26 pm
by ananda
I've seen it too, and I have to agree that it is depressing. Not my cup of tea. I find that the movie tries to deal with life and death, but the manner is just too dull.