Directed by Francois Ozon
Chloé, who works as a guard at a museum in Paris, seeks to shore up her resiliency and enters psychoanalysis. In Paul Meyer, the sensitive patient finds a caring psychiatrist who helps her overcome bouts with depression. Following the end of the treatment, both realize that they have fallen in love. A new chapter begins for Chloé when she and Paul move in together. Yet Chloé soon comes to believe that Paul is keeping a secret. She impulsively visits another psychiatrist, Louis Delord. Spiraling emotional and sexual stakes will push all three of them to extremes, forcing Chloé to take action in order to solve a mystery and save herself.
Chloé, a fragile young woman, falls in love with her psychoanalyst. After moving in with him, she soon discovers that her lover is concealing a part of his identity.
Cast: Jacqueline Bisset, Jérémie Renier, Marine Vacth
This was OK. I liked the premise, but thought it sort of played it safe and started losing momentum half way through to its final pay off at the end. Agreed with other reviews, sex scenes are fine in movies but got pretty gratuitous. Characters were a bit intense for no reason, which made it feel a tad soap opera fair at times. The cinematography was nice and there is definitely tension between the two core characters so if you are looking for a slightly more surreal basic instinct maybe this will hit a nearby mark.
Stylishly directed and photographed, this film delves deep into the horrors of identity, sex, and birth.
Great story line, solid acting...overtly sexual scenes...ending was was partly expected but a twist was definitely thrown in there. Worth a watch.
Good acting, cinematography, and editing. Worth watching