A film by François Ozon

Cast: Romain Duris, Anaïs Demoustier, Raphaël Personnaz

English title: The new girlfriend.

When Claire’s (Anais Demoustier) best friend Laura (Isild Le Besco) dies at a young age, she finds herself having to live up to her promise of looking over her widower, David (Romain Duris), and their six month old baby. However, after procrastinating because of the pain her husband tells her to see David that will do her a lot of good. When she turns up at his house she discover a shocking secret. No not that one.

François Ozon is becoming the hottest director in France , he sees to write well. This one is an adaptation form the novel The New girlfriend by Ruth Rendell. It is because of the is secret that she discover that she had a taste for life again. It is a light comedy a la Hitchcock. Certainly it is no the first time that Hitchcock’s shadow is floating above Ozon’s film. As you see the woman from her back in the house as she turn around slowly to reveal herself it has been copied in the film Psycho from Alfred Hitchcock. It is a very complex story as the film progresses you think it is going to be a thriller but not so like I said it is alight comedy/drama. It is about a man who is a window and a woman who missing and desired her best friend between them a dead woman . The montage at the beginning of the film is pure perfect and beautifully photographed . Romain Duris is outstanding in this film you have to go to the distance and it is not easy to do a role like this one. The New Girlfriend is a confident, thought-provoking and great piece of art.


la nouvelle amie

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