Leo, an advertising executive in his mid-30s, falls in love with Alex who's just gotten out of a long-term relationship. While Alex doesn't quite know how to react to Leo's advances, Leo's facing trouble with Alex's oddball clique.
Louise, an old lady, finds herself stranded in a seaside resort after the last train of the holiday season has left the station. But far from panicking, the fearless Louise decides to stay,... See full summary »
Piera Degli Esposti,
After being separated for three years, Laurent and André discover that their feelings for one another are everything else but dead. After a long weekend together, they decide to give their relationship a second chance.
Nicolas Wolf, an Austrian who's just inherited his grandmother's Parisian flat, is shaken with fear as an unexpected nightly visitor refuses to leave. But no-one but Nicolas seems to be able to see the menacing stranger.
Paris. Winter. One night, Antoine, a 22 year-old boy, decides to go to the seaside. All night long, dealing with drug and love, he will try to buy his train ticket, which will leave at the crack of dawn.
"Aurelien" is a great novel, but I really wonder if the staff who worked on this movie read it before shooting. The actors seem to be completely lost in an ocean of absurd scenes, directed without any kind of inspiration. Just forget it and wait until a better adaptation, which Aragon deserve.
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