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Writer/producer/director Abdellatif Kechiche's NC-17 rated (for "explicit sexual content"), three-hour French drama won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival.
The film's screenplay was based on the graphic novel by Julie Maroh - it was an intense portrayal of first love and sexual awakening.
This light-hearted, quirky comedy-drama from Emmy winning director Matthew Weiner (known for AMC's Mad Men), was his feature film debut - and unfortunately, it was not well-received by critics or audiences.
The buddy comedy told about bromance-friendship, addiction, and issues between siblings.
Walker (Geoff Burkman), the father of missing/murdered April, who had become romantically obsessed with Angela.
In a concluding life and death struggle with him, they both were stabbed, and he declared that he wanted to immolate himself with her, by setting the house on fire: "The only thing more romantic than running away together, is dying together... " Angela's last words to Bianca, who had fled the terrifying scene, were: "It's not your fault." Director Richard Linklater created a trilogy of talkative, insightful films about the lives of two individuals who happened to meet and were together for almost two decades (18 years).
He was amazed on one occasion when she stepped out of her clothes and underwear, turned toward him totally nude, placed her hands on her hips, and smiled back at him.
He also briefly hooked up with shallow, fellow news anchor Victoria Riolobos (Alana de la Garza), who complained - coming out of his bathroom, that she had to leave because he had no teeth whitening trays.
Steve took Ben on a road trip back to his hometown for an uncomfortable confrontation, including the funeral and reading of the will.During the evening, Angela was repeatedly receiving gruesome, increasingly-bloody picture-phone communications from several of the other club-members, none of whom showed up at the party!The killer was eventually revealed to be Angela's neighbor, Mr.Writer/director Henrique Couto's low-budget and low-quality horror-thriller was a tribute to the slasher films of the 1980s, with very abundant nudity (in a series of completely gratuitous nude sequences with mostly very buxom females), violence, and death scenes perpetrated by a masked killer.It was reminiscent of The Slumber Party Massacre (1982), The House On Sorority Row (1983), and Sorority House Massacre (1986).