Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Don't Let Me Die On a Sunday|
Actors: Ã?lodie Bouchez, Jean-Marc Barr, Martin Petit-Guyot, Patrick Catalifo, GÃ©rard Loussine
Genres: Indie & Art House, Drama
French cinema for discerning ....
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This film is quite exceptional, because it is a study of the social climate of the last decade, with references to sex and death. The plot revolves around the dysfunctional relationship between the lead characters (a morgue worker and an ecstacy junkie), an aids victim, a guy with suicidal tendencies, a person obsessed with orgies and a guy with no love life. In this film, the director has done an excellent job in blurring the line between good and evil in a systematic way. Well worth watching if you are a fan of french cinema and can appreciate their somewhat sardonic view of life."
UGH!! Big disappointment
Charlie Spivey | Richmond VA. U.S.A. | 01/30/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
"What can you say about a bunch of people sitting around and watching a friend die from Aids. The story was dismal from start to finish. The characters were unlikeable for the most part. This is one I would file in my BIG MISTAKE folder, as it was a big mistake to have ordered it. Some might call it "Avant Garde", but I call it trash and a complte waste of the actor's & director's time to make it."