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Erotic French comedy. Graham (Eduardo Noriega) is a young office worker who loses his ability to retain long-term memories after an accident. Taking advantage of his situation, secretary Irene (Anna Mouglalis) begins an intense affair with him, reassuring Graham that although he can't remember the details of their passionate relationship, she'll keep the memories for him until he recovers.
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The second half turns into a typical, slightly enigmatic, navel gazing French flick. Also there is no explicit material in the second half. It's not that the second half is bad (I've seen much worse) but more that it veers off in an uninteresting direction.
So the first half is great and the second half is disappointing.
The packaging says that the film was filmed in the large 2.35:1 widescreen ratio, but my DVD played in the smaller 1.85:1 ratio. As far as I can tell everything looked correctly framed so I think it must be a misprint on the packaging.
Subtitles are so few and far between it is IMPOSSIBLE to keep track of what is happening
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This film left me a little cold and disappointed. It was know where near as funny, sexy or clever as it hoped to be, though the performances were very good. Read morePublished on 20 Jan. 2006 by H. R. Trigg