Cosmos (2015)

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A young man, hoping to write a novel, visits a French guest-house with a friend, he but finds himself distracted by a strange mystery and the stranger inhabitants of the home.


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  • Johan Libéreau and Jonathan Genet in Cosmos (2015)
  • Victoria Guerra in Cosmos (2015)
  • Victoria Guerra and Jonathan Genet in Cosmos (2015)
  • Victoria Guerra and Clémentine Pons in Cosmos (2015)
  • Sabine Azéma and Jean-François Balmer in Cosmos (2015)
  • Jonathan Genet in Cosmos (2015)

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22 December 2018 | paul2001sw-1
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| Artfully rubbish
In Andrzej Zulawski's film 'Cosmos', a pair of weird young men, one of them a writer, visit a boarding house full of even weirder characters; and after that, things just get weirder still. Some of the weirdness is apparently the story that the writer is imagining; but the boundary between reality and fantasy is loosely drawn, and the fact that scenes from the filming are shown over the credits but before the final "in movie" scene is at one with the deliberately incoherent feel of the piece as a whole. On one hand, the film is just daft, taking semi-random leaps wherever an opportunity presents itself; yet after a while it becomes oddly watchable, even if it doesn't make sense. I don't think you can call it a good film, or even an interesting one; but there's a beguiling quality to the craziness nonetheless.

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