Across the Road (2000)

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A couple finally gets a break when a neighbor grants them a private hotel in Montmartre. But secrets and lies soon resurface.


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13 January 2009 | Gong5
Lack of intelligence by the viewers is not a scriptwriters fault.
Love conquers all, or does it? And at what price? At what price to love itself? Will love triumph, or will it be defeated. Can it be defeated triumphantly? What are these other guys who reviewed this blathering on about? Especially the guy that rated this a two, Jesus Christ, garbage after garbage comes out and this film gets his two? It gets my ten, this is a heartfelt, wonderful, lustful film. Everyone involved excel themselves in their performances. They play a couple very much in love with each other...Clotilde is a breath of fresh air. There's so much tension and suspense too.

There are no holes whatsoever in the ending, which makes for one of the most heart wrenching, poignant and splendid twist finale's in, let me say this cinematographic history. What an aching finale, so, so beautiful. Of course if the viewers' are baffled because of their low IQs that's not something the screenwriter can do anything about. We can't have all film being common idiocy Hollywood type films. I tell you guys and gals if you got some brains and a heart you will just love this ending.

By all means,any chance you get, watch this gem that never was. A fabulous, fabulous movie, you 'll remember me in the end and thank me for suggesting it, forget the morons, trust me. FIND IT, WATCH IT!

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