Man of all trades: writer, director and main star of the film Mr Eric Schaeffer made this film as a sequel to 1997 Fall.
I haven’t seen the first part, but according to their creator the two are very loosely connected.
It is a very shakespearean drama with a cathartic (?) ending. Good performance of the leading actress Lizzie Brocheré.
It’s a nice story with a nasty ending. Worth a watch although viewers must be warned there are a lot of non-traditional sex behaviours depicted. The film is long but does not feel long as the plot grasps the audiences’ attention till the last minute.
Not my taste but this is a well-done piece of work.
It is a Swiss road movie. Created by yet another ensemble of directors at this year’s Raindance.
A beautiful tale told in two parallel stories of two hitchikers and their two drivers. One story is set on the famous Californian picturesque Higway 1 between Los Angeles and Big Sur, while the other is set just across the Pacific in Japan.
The pace of the movie is very slow and gradually unveils the mystery beyond the two trips.
Beautifully shot, fantastic presentation of city v. nature. Plus beautiful original soundtrack, almost all shot with natural lighting. Great cinema.
Also a great tool of a story told from voice over at the beginning of the film without the ending. That story gets it’s ending when being told again by one of the characters at the end of the film. The second time we hear the rest of the story. Such a nice narrative touch.
Allez les suisses!!!