Don't Let Me Die on a Sunday.

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Don't Let Me Die on a Sunday.

Postby madnero » Wed Jun 05, 2002 5:30 am

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.

Postby bmxsuperhero » Wed Jun 05, 2002 7:30 am

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, Élodie 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.

Postby ananda » Sat Jun 08, 2002 1:26 pm

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.

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