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Un couteau dans le coeur

Un couteau dans le coeur is a movie starring Vanessa Paradis, Nicolas Maury, and Kate Moran. Paris, summer 1979. Anne is a producer of cheap gay porn. When Lois, her editor and companion, leaves her, she attempts to get her back by...

Other Titles
Knife + Heart, Coração Aberto, En kniv i hjertet, Messer im Herz, Cuchillo y corazón, La daga en el corazón, En kniv i hjärtat, Knife+Heart, Faca no Coração, 插心之刀, Nóz + serce
Running Time
1 hours 42 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Thriller, Drama, Romance, Horror
Director
Yann Gonzalez
Writer
Yann Gonzalez, Cristiano Mangione
Actors
Kate Moran, Vanessa Paradis, Jonathan Genet, Nicolas Maury
Country
Mexico, France, Switzerland
Year
2018
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Anne produces third-rate gay porn. After her editor and lover Lois leaves her, she tries to win her back by shooting her most ambitious film yet with her trusted, flamboyant sidekick Archibald. But one of her actors is brutally murdered and Anne gets caught up in a strange investigation that turns her life upside down.

Comments about thriller «Un couteau dans le coeur» (18)

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Jack

It was a little rough when I first saw this movie, which I'd always thought of as being incredibly neat, because it does indeed feature a good story, and one with a sense of humor. But it does have a problem, which is that it's very hard to connect with the characters. There are a few major plot points that are thrown away, but none of them have any real meaning. Other than that, it's pretty good, but not a great movie. It's not as good as the novella that it was based off of, and it doesn't hold up to the original as well. There are a few things that just don't work. For instance, it's not that easy to believe that the drug that they were selling was something that would actually kill you. But there are some things that are so far-fetched that you just can't suspend your disbelief enough. The first one is when Julie decides to have her daughter. There's no way she would let it happen. The other one is when the doctor is trying to persuade Julie that the young woman is innocent. The one that really bugs me is the one where the doctor is trying to convince Julie that there's no way she could have a daughter. And I thought that the doctors treating the woman was the most sickening thing in the movie. This doesn't mean that the movie is bad, it just means that it's not as good as it could be.

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Joshua

There is a lot of bad language and graphic violence in this movie, but it is extremely well acted. The plot is intriguing and worth watching. The ending was quite unexpected and left me with a very satisfying sense of closure. The only thing that disturbed me was the scenery of the movie and the fact that there is no nudity or any sexual scenes. This movie was very entertaining and I would recommend it to people who like a bit of a fantasy horror movie.

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Megan Coleman

Every year, there is a flurry of drama movies out there, like "The Man Who Wasn't There" and "The Girlfriend Experience" to name just two. If they are supposed to be dramas, they are simply not interesting or captivating. However, since movies are made for entertainment value, one must take into account the audience. People that are not into horror movies, sci-fi movies or fantasy movies will not enjoy "A Valentine's Revenge". There are however many people that are interested in these movies. The movie has a strong sense of suspense. The setting is set in the house where the Valentine's murder occurred. The overall setting of the movie is excellent. The scenery is gorgeous. The actors are very well casted. The soundtrack is also good. If you enjoy watching these kinds of movies, then I would definitely recommend this movie.

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Kathryn Fowler

I really enjoyed this movie. It's not a movie that I would recommend to others, but if you are in the mood for something that will keep you guessing, and you are interested in a movie that has a lot of character development, then this is definitely a movie for you. It is definitely one of the best movies of the year. I really liked the twist at the end, it's really well done. I think this is one of those movies that you can watch over and over again. I recommend it to anyone who is into movies that have a lot of character development and a good plot. I give it an 8/10.

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Maria

One of my favourite films from 2002, Ghost Ship was on my top 10 favourite films list for a long time. This film is a psychological study into a group of people who have a common dislike for the outside world, and in particular their actions are the ones that bring them down. The film explores a number of subjects that are interesting, and some are controversial, but the general idea is to look at how people cope with the world, and how those coping make them feel. These are not your typical Hollywood film, or good film noir, but this is more of a cerebral, thought provoking film that is more of a social commentary on society. In some ways this is similar to The Shining, the group of people find themselves in a situation that they don't want to be in, but are scared to go into. And the idea is that if you are afraid to go into a situation you will remain stuck in it, and you will end up destroying yourself. It's one of the most interesting films that I have seen, and although it doesn't have the intrigue of The Shining, it still is very interesting.

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Cheryl P.

In many ways this film resembles "The Boxtrolls," the brilliant and haunting French film from director Jean Rollin. Like the original, "The House of Usher" is an almost perfect movie. This one has much of the same charm and suspense. Some similarities between the two films are that they're both Gothic and deal with vampires. However, "The House of Usher" has a more spooky atmosphere, with a dark sense of humor. This film has a very well written screenplay by writer Roland Emmerich. The story is very well done, and you'll be on the edge of your seat. The acting is very good. Edward Norton does a terrific job playing the depressed/depressed vampire Edward. Oliver Platt is also very good, but not a very memorable performance. The film is very well directed by Roland Emmerich. The cinematography is stunning. The music is excellent. The special effects are first rate. The only thing I didn't like about this film is that it was rather slow. It's probably a film for adults that's just not suitable for younger children. However, I recommend "The House of Usher" as a good vampire movie, especially for mature adults. * out of *

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Lawrence R.

By the time of this film, it would be eight years before we would find a movie that will do for haunted houses what "The Exorcist" did for the 'psycho' genre. "The Haunting" is a good thriller. It will entertain the audience on several levels. The title refers to a belief in paranormal activity that has been so prevalent over the past eight years that people in the US have been experiencing an increase in them. A film can take advantage of the fear of ghosts. It can use the real story of the 'whatsh'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'h'. However, the way in which the director draws out the reasons why the old folks stay in their old place, a place they cannot live anymore, is extremely believable. The performances are good and the direction is good. The music is nothing spectacular. The only reason I gave this movie a 7 out of 10, is that it could have been better.

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Alexander

The Leather-Headed Haunting (1980) is a strange film. At least this movie would have made sense to me if I'd watched it at the age of 10, but I'm almost 28 and that's not quite right, really. It seems to be about an old woman and her son who find themselves in the throes of a "leather-head" curse, which is an urban legend that some women carry around with them, that curses them to turn into a female during the course of the night. It's fairly standard horror fare, with some quite cool special effects and some very cool set pieces, such as a mad scientist who gives himself an operation in order to escape his curse and go back in time. It's a rather original premise, and the acting is all pretty good, despite it all seeming rather amateurish and amateurish at times. However, there are some really pretty unpleasant moments that really make the whole thing rather unpleasant to watch. It's essentially a revenge story (think of it as a cross between the Ring and the Grudge) in which the lead character does so much for her family in the last 20 minutes of the film, so it's a pretty unpleasant experience to watch, even with a bit of cheese. The film's fairly long, at an hour and a half, but that doesn't really bother me. There are a couple of scenes I really didn't like, particularly the one where the boy's mother has an unfortunate car accident and then the "old lady" turns up. The story is too familiar and the direction and production values are a bit amateurish, but this film is pretty much a keeper.

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Dennis Wagner

This is a very smart and tense movie that proves to be the perfect metaphor for the nature of modern love. Lively performances, outstanding script and one of the most interesting and appealing characters of all times. My only criticism would be that there was some glaring continuity errors and the only thing I could find really wrong was the decision to use the title "The Clock" instead of "The Clock" which should have been different, and could have been expanded to be more extensive and would have led to an extremely important and highly entertaining twist. But that's all for now, stay tuned for more reviews in the future.

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Jeffrey G.

This is a terrific movie. It is a story of love, lust, and jealousy, but also a story of the power of the human spirit. It is a story of a woman who has been rejected by her husband, who has been trapped in a world that has been turned upside down. She is now out for revenge, and it is up to her to bring about the destruction of the world she has been trapped in. The acting is superb, and the cinematography is stunning. The plot is a bit strange, but it is very entertaining and it is a very well made movie.

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Amy

I enjoyed this movie as I did many others by the same director and star, Tim Roth. It was mostly a suspenseful movie with a very interesting mystery to solve. He was very good at keeping the audience guessing the whole movie. He also did a great job with his camera. The other actors were also very good. This movie seemed to be based on a true story. I would recommend it to anyone who likes a suspenseful movie. 7/10.

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Dorothy May

As the question in French: "What do you do when you know you can't have sex?" Yes, the film is in French, but I think it could be worth seeing the movie in English, even though it's in the French language. The director, Christian R. Gerbeau, knows the fact that American audiences don't care about the sexual side of this kind of films, but that's no reason not to try to make a movie. And he succeeded. There are many reasons for doing it, including the way the film has been shot: they have a lot of long shots that play well with the story. There are many reasons for having a female character, but the thing that keeps me watching is that the woman is the heroine and she seems to be the main character, but she has a great role, and it's not only about sex and sex scenes, but about her weakness, about the fact that she is weak, about her sin, about the fact that she has to endure the punishment of a crime committed by her husband, and it's just that the director don't show it to the extent that it is not believable, and that is very important for us, the viewers. The story is long, but it's not so long that it's boring. I liked it. I liked the setting of the film. It's in Italy, in the shadow of Rome. I also like the fact that the cinematography is very good, because we see Rome, the Vatican, and all the city from the point of view of a viewer that doesn't know Rome. And for me, that is a very good thing. If I were to write a film review, I'd say that this film is very good. It's about sex, it's about the psychology of a woman, it's about the powerlessness of a woman, it's about the sin of a woman, and it's about the loneliness of a woman. It's a story of a woman that makes mistakes, that must pay for them, that has a strong motivation to do something about it, and I think that's a very good movie. I think it's one of the best films of 2000. I hope that the director will make a second movie.

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Timothy Edwards

A small group of people take a holiday in the forest of L'Etoile, and it's not long before the village is terrorised by a vicious serial killer who has taken over the village. What follows is a slow, ponderous film that's well worth the watch, but if you're expecting a slasher flick then you're probably not going to enjoy it. There's a lot of discussion of how the killer acts, but I never really got that involved with the story. It's not as if there's a whole lot of characterisation going on here. It's more a matter of the killer being a serial killer, and his motivation being that he wants to kill people. It's a fairly decent story and it's certainly the most interesting part of the film, but it's not a really strong film. The performances are all good, but the film itself doesn't have much to say about it. I think it's probably worth a watch, but don't expect too much.

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Jennifer

Niebelinger, (Cristine Pape), was living a lie. Her lover, (Tomas Manes) confessed to her that she is dying. She left her husband and her family to pursue her lover. Since his death, she is convinced that he has been hiding something from her. Niebelinger doesn't want to believe that he's not her husband. He keeps an affair with his best friend, (Joseph Galdi), and other friends and family. He doesn't trust his wife or others. He also continues to lie to his friend, which may be an act of desperation. He is also somewhat mad at his lover for not telling him the truth about her husband. Some elements are similar to "An Investigation Into Murder", especially the fact that both of them end up in a situation that is really distressing. I liked this movie very much. It is one of the better movies I have seen from director Sebastien Mollier, who also directed "Le Monde Sainte", (1980) which was very good. The main reason for that is the fact that it is more original than "An Investigation Into Murder". The second reason is the fact that this movie is not an extended "An Investigation". The movie is divided into two parts, one about the disappearance of a woman, the other about a man's suicide. It was also good that they only used music to replace the voices of the actors in the first part. The music was very good. It was used in a very good way to build the tension, and also, in the beginning of the movie, to show how real this movie is. I would recommend this movie to anyone who likes movies based on mysteries.

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Christina Hanson

When a young woman is raped, and after some time the man is killed by her boyfriend, she is left alone. Two years later she is invited to meet her ex-boyfriend, a graphic artist, at a party. He had a relationship with a woman, and as for her she is more interested in her work than in any feelings between them. As for her ex, he is also a graphic artist and he visits the art museum and sometimes gets drunk. He wants to see some "art" that has never been seen before and is very interested in "glossary" of terms of graphic painting. She sees his documentary and she is very impressed by the way his eyes look at her. She feels attracted to him and it turns out that he is the painter, and he is a good painter. But she feels betrayed because the artist didn't even ask her to have sex with him. He leaves her alone and doesn't return. That's what I think happened to this movie, but I couldn't be sure. It could have been a romantic comedy, but I think that's a little bit too exaggerated. If the movie had a little bit more serious parts, I think it would be more interesting and closer to the reality of graphic artists, and maybe, that could have been the story. I think it was a little bit better than the other films made about graphic artists. It was realistic, and I liked it. It was a little bit better than the film "Darling Bleeds" and "Frozen Planet". I think that these two movies are the best of this kind of movies. It is a movie that I can recommend to anybody who likes graphic artists or to graphic artists themselves. I think it is a little bit different from the other ones, but I think that is OK. In any case, it is a movie you can recommend.

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Howard Nguyen

After a chance encounter with a policeman, a man is dragged from a car wreck and into a nearby canal. As he tries to swim out to shore, he is caught in the eye of a hungry shark. What follows is a struggle for survival as the man and the shark try to make their way to safety. This movie was released at the end of 1988 and the year before the highly acclaimed Resident Evil and Wolfenstein games. Its not a great movie by any means, but still very interesting and suspenseful and is an interesting look at a shark attack. The movie is based on a true story and based on a book by Dan Jurgens. Although the script is nothing special, it is entertaining nonetheless. The cast is not spectacular, but then again the movie doesn't want to be in the box office but will definitely find a niche with the audience. It does feature notable performances from David Strathairn, Craig Wasson and the aforementioned Chris Hemsworth who was not that great in the video game, Resident Evil: Apocalypse but he is still a good addition to the movie. Some reviews have compared the movie to the film "The Poseidon Adventure". However, I disagree with this statement. The movie is a bit more original and the shark attack at the end is a bit different. The film has a sense of suspense, mystery and thrills that keep you interested throughout and the acting is not that bad as far as the actors are concerned. The only complaint I have is that the shark attack is pretty unrealistic, even though it is real. So I would suggest that you watch the movie if you have time to spare. I also recommend this movie to people who enjoy watching shark attacks, though I can't imagine a person who likes this movie would enjoy the films of director, Tony Scott.

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Alan J.

A young man, Paul, has been married for a very long time, and lives alone in a small apartment, with a bit of spare time. He just goes to the cinema a couple of times a week. On one of the occasions, he watches the horror movie 'Dangerous Liaisons', but when he watches it, he suddenly feels a strange presence, and the film slowly starts to tell him the story of the female lead, played by Anne Bancroft. This is just one of the many unusual things that will occur during the course of the film. The entire thing could be boring, but I was really amazed by the performances of Anne Bancroft and the other two leads. It is quite well filmed, and there are several scenes that leave you with a feeling of terror. But what really made it different for me was the way that the story unfolds, and the way that Paul becomes obsessed by the actress. It is quite impossible to explain the film to people who haven't seen it, because of its unusual approach, and because of the way that the story is told. If you want to watch a suspenseful and eerie film, then you really have to see this one.

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Christine Johnson

I was skeptical at first as I thought it was going to be a slasher movie but it wasn't. I like movies with a mystery to them, like The Sixth Sense, even though it was a lot more about the supernatural than a killer. This movie was a bit more of a mystery but it was still very suspenseful. The acting was very good, especially the lead actress. She was very believable and did a great job. The plot was good, the story was good and it was very entertaining. It was very good. I would recommend this movie to anyone who likes a mystery movie with a bit of suspense. This movie is very good. I would recommend it to anyone who likes a mystery movie with a bit of suspense.