15 February 2002 | davidcarbajales
French Talking Cinema
Even though Lelouch is not a usual French director who shots very talkative people in his movies, this one is a perfect example of what French cinema is known for. The plot is about a trial against three men who tried to earn loads of money by illegal methods to get to Canada and about the lawyers and the judge who get on with the trial and who are being unfaithful to their couples. In the third part of the movie we realize that all the characters are connected when the trial itself is showed. In between, the characters talking,talking,talking and talking their superfluous conversations as usual in French cinema. This is not a must see, but it's nice enough if you don't have any other better thing to do than watch this movie.