This French film has a plot that sounds like an expansion of an urban legend. Walter (Daniel Mesguich) and Sara (Cyrielle Claire) are a married couple who have just moved into a new home together. Everything seems to be going well, despite Walter's fascination with a mysterious woman named Marie-Ange (Gabrielle Lazure) in a nightclub. Then one night, running an errand for Sara, Walter finds Marie-Ange tied up in the middle of the road. He takes her to the nearest villa, hoping to contact a doctor, but he only ends up locked in a bedroom with her. In the midst of their inevitable passion, visions of Magritte paintings dance in Walter's head, for some reason. In the morning, Marie-Ange is gone and Walter's neck is bleeding. ~ John Voorhees, Rovi
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this is a strange, slow-moving french film that takes a lot of patience and interest to watch. a man who works for a mysterious organization is given the assignment of passing a note to another man. along the way, he finds a beautiful woman handcuffed and unconscious in the road. she may or may not be a vampire, this may or may not be a dream, she may or may not be a ghost from the past, and the whole story may or may not be a work of art depending on whether you like slow-moving french films with inconclusive endings. i forced myself to watch the whole thing but i lost a lot of interest about halfway through. the women in the film are beautiful and the lead man is quite handsome. a few of the sets are interesting but other than that there is not much here to grab or keep your interest. there are brief nude shots and lots of slow, rambling lines of narration. i think there are better movies to spend your time watching.